20 Of The Most Bizarre Fears That People Actually Have
Descendophobia is the fear of walking down any form of incline, including stairs or hills. People suffering from this phobia often feel dizzy, lightheaded, and nauseous when placed in situations which force them to do so.
Panphobia is basically the fear of everything. Often it is described as the constant fear of some “vague and persistent unknown evil”.
Gephyrophobia is the fear of crossing bridges. People with this fear are petrified of even seeing a bridge from afar. Sometimes, seeing photos/movies involving bridges can set off an anxiety attack in the sufferer.
Ergophobia is the fear of work. While many people believe that this fear is just a representation or exaggeration of common laziness, it is actually considered a complex because it usually stems from a deeper root of social anxiety or fear of failure.