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Case of a hydrophobia

causation, assessment, and management

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      • Reprinted from the fifth volume of Medical observations and inquiries, by a Society of Physicians in London. With additions - title page.

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        LC Classifications1778
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        Paginationxvi, 127 p. :
        Number of Pages57
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In other words, the patient can not justify why he is afraid of water. These elements are directly related to the intensity of fear.

Hydrophobia: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

The disease often begins with the excitation of the central nervous system expressed as irritability and fatigue.

Water is one of the most indispensable elements for the life of living beings. For this reason, the hydrophobia can seriously affect the life of the person since it can react with intense fear recurrently in their day to day.

Hyperventilation or shortness of breath• The structure of specific phobia symptoms among children and adolescents.

Hydrophobia: Definition, Characteristics, Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

These behaviours have a direct relationship with the intensity of the fear. The aim of this article is to discuss what is known about this condition, to comment on the characteristics of hydrophobia, its causes, and possible treatments. However, the possible symptoms have been well-studied. Vicar conditioning Fears do not only develop through direct experience. However, it rarely ends in an anxiety attack.

Refining the research Agenda for DSM-V.