Eosophobia actually refers to the fear of dawn or daylight.
To some, this is something which is quite impossible to exists, maybe because it’s hard to imagine a particular person being filled with so much fear everyday of his or her life because of the need to face the dawn or daylight; which of course happens everyday.
But on the contrary, in real sense, Eosophobia really exists.
Quite hard to imagine but it’s true, there are some individuals living a life full of fears and anxieties when they are about to face the beginning of the day, which is supposedly a brand new, happy start.
What are the Possible Causes of Eosophobia?
Eosophobia, just like all fears and phobias, normally originates from the unconscious mind as a preventive mechanism, in which in some point in time, there was likely an event relating to dawn or daylight and then to emotional trauma as well.
However, on the other hand, Eosophobia may at times from real-life scare events or countless movies, TV programs, or even perhaps seeing someone else experience his own trauma or unforgettable worst event.
What are the Symptoms at Hand?
Of course, like in all kinds of phobias, Eosophobia may also include some unlikely symptoms just like:
- Dry mouth
- Difficulty in breathing
- Chest pain
- Fear of dying
- Full blown anxiety attack
- Heart palpitations
- Inability to speak
What are the Possible Treatments?
There are actually two popular treatments for Eosophobia: the metamorphic technique and the naturopathy.
Basically, the metamorphic technique is a gentle form of mind-body massage that may be helpful to phobic patients like those with Eosophobia. Naturopathy, on the other hand, is a combination of various methods of natural healing that are extremely diversified.
Indeed, both forms of treatment can be of great help, but of course it will still largely depend on you, your needs and your condition. For you to know which is which from the two, why not seek medical advice?
This will actually spare you from thinking which one and eventually from any further complication because of opting for the wrong treatment.