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Trypophobia is a feeling of fear or disgust by repetitive shapes and/or holes.
Rsearchers hypothesize that Trypophobia is the result of a biological revulsion that associates trypophobic shapes with danger or disease, and may therefore have an evolutionary basis.
Shatpes that elicit a trypophobic reaction include clustered holes in innocuous contexts such as fruit and bubbles, and in contexts associated with danger such as holes made by insects and holes in wounds and diseased tissue.
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Some symptoms of trypophobia are panic attacks, sweating, palpitations, nausea, itchiness, shuddering.
So far there are no documented treatments for trypophobia.
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