Unnecessary fear

Unnecessary fear of children and adolescents.

General words of Unnecessary fear

10-year-old daughter Lira suddenly told her mother that she won’t go to school. Mother and father wondered why Lira would not go to school. She used to read and complete homework for the class every day. Her name is also on merit list each year. She is fine in singing and recitation. School teachers and friends of class love him very much. Why won’t she go to school? After asking Lira, they knew that she was very scared to get up at the school’s stairs. She didn’t have any fear to get up with the stairs. Hundreds of students, teachers, and teachers are flipping through the stairs many times every day.

Unnecessary fears

After flipping through it, Lira has to go to her class at two storied. So how can she go to class if she is afraid to flip up with the stairs? The fear of Lirra is not afraid of school stairs, it’s unnecessary fear. We are coming next to tell about unreasonable fear of Liera. Need to say before that, what is fear and what is unnecessary fear? Where is the difference between fear and unreasonable fear? Fear is a passion like a smile, tears, anger, love etc. Unnecessary fear-related memories can remain totally hidden from your conscious mind, yet they still have the ability to dramatically affect everyday behavior and emotions.


Unnecessary fear of children

Unnecessary fear of childrenChildren and adolescents are also afraid for many reasons, things or circumstances. Childhood fear is considered to be a normal phenomenon of child development. As the age progresses, some new fears start to decline and some new fears include. In most of the children, fear is short-lived, and in some others, it is not only fear, it is unwarranted fear or phobia, which can have adverse effects on their behavior also.


Unnecessary fear vs Normal fear

Unnecessary fear vs Normal fearWhen children and adolescents get the continuously unnecessary fear of any object, person or circumstance fears where there is no justification for fear, such fear is the unnecessary fear. There is a difference between normal or common fear and unnecessary fear also. General fear is a normal and temporary reaction, which can be seen in children and adolescents of different ages at different times also. The reaction of unnecessary fear is intense, irrational, baseless and lasting.


Types of Unnecessary fear

Unnecessary fear is one kind of mental illness and disease. The children affected by this disease realize that their fear is a bit awkward, but they don’t understand how to deal with it or how to protect it. Many times they feel uncomfortable to control unnecessary fear. Their imagination power is rapidly increased and breathing came to an end and about to stop also.
Unnecessary fear can be divided into three categories-

1. Special Unconscious Fear (Specification)
2. Social Fear (Social Phobia)
3) Fear of open space/ rally (Agora Phobia)

Types of unnecessary fear


Special unnecessary fear

Children with this type of fear usually experience intense fear in the presence of a particular object or situation. Fear of high ground, fear of closing places (fear or underground), fear of various creatures (especially dogs, snakes, cockroaches, spiders), fear of blood, fear of being alone, fear of pain, fear of lightning etc. are the examples of special nonviolent fears. Such fear started from early childhood. Generally, among 2.4 to 3.6 % of children and adolescents hold These fears. It begins at different ages, such as the fear of dark and animal begins in childhood and the most part of it declines before moving to adulthood.


Social fear

Fear of negative assessment through social fears of others. If someone is afraid of experiencing fear of facing embarrassing situations when someone speaks, eaten or abandons any other social work, then we can say the person affected by social phobia. We can call and consider the social fears as evaluation fears or embarrassment fears. In the presence of others, many may feel embarrassed to do any work, but they can overcome it; But the person affected by social panic feels excessive anxiety and embarrassment in others’ presence and is always trying to avoid such situations.


Fear of open space or rally

These fears are centered around the public places, the hotspots, shops, cinema halls, localities, etc. Children and adolescents who are afraid of they are not safe for going to these places also. If they go out with a trusted friend, there is a widespread anxiety among them. So they are very anxious to return home. Their behavior is limited. The 60 % of people with unnecessary fears are such patients.


Ending words of Unnecessary fear of children

Unnecessary fears and extreme fears are the opposite of the mental health development of children and adolescents. Therefore, we should be careful of as though children and adolescents don’t get such fear in their mind. If you experience unexpected fear of childhood then consult a specialist psychologist.

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