Sunday, June 24, 2018

anthophobia -

Anthophobia (derived from Greek anthos or flowers and phobos or fear) is a feeling of excessive and irrational fear in a person against a flower, even if the flower itself is harmless.

No particular flower species causes this phobia, nor any other parts of the flower such as petals or stems can cause excessive fear to a person.

The phobia of this flower usually begins with a traumatic event in the past related to the flower or by seeing someone who has a bad experience with interest.

The surrounding environment can also affect. Anxietas appear so see or hold the flower that is characterized by symptoms of dizziness, nausea, trembling, palpitations, excessive sweating or shortness of breath. These phobias can usually be treated by giving tranquilizers, counseling, hypnosis or a relaxation therapy such as meditation. Queen Elizabeth I of Great Britain is reported to have anthropogenic, that is against roses.