aerophobia


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aer·o·pho·bi·a

(ār-ō-fō'bē-ă),
Morbid dread of fresh air or of air in motion.
[aero- + G. phobos, fear]

aerophobia

(âr′ə-fō′bē-ə)
n.
An abnormal fear of air, especially drafts.

aerophobia

Morbid fear of airborne noxious substances.

Aerophobia

(1) Aviophobia, see there.
(2) Morbid fear of drafts and fresh air.

aer·o·pho·bi·a

(ār'ō-fō'bē-ă)
Morbid dread of fresh air or of air in motion.
[aero- + G. phobos, fear]
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The clinical picture includes a prodromal stage followed by severe neurological manifestations in the form of undue salivation, aerophobia and hydrophobia (furious rabies) or paralysis (dumb rabies).
While the causes of the fear of flying may not always be evident to a person and may be closely associated to other phobias, like claustrophobia, Allright specialises in helping people cope and overcome aerophobia.
It is therefore to be hoped that they may in time discover likewise, that it is not hurtful to those who are in health, and that we may be then cured of the aerophobia, that at present distresses weak minds, and makes them choose to be stifled and poisoned, rather than leave open the window of a bedchamber, or put down the glass of a coach.
Despite the trip across the Irish Sea taking just an hour, former Newcastle United player Batty has been told by boss Peter Reid he can remain in Yorkshire and continue to train at Thorp Arch due to his aerophobia.
Rob Bor, a qualified pilot and professor of counselling psychology, said there has been a sharp increase in aerophobia since the terrorist attacks.
During a cruise on the Amur river, Kim, who reportedly dislikes flying, told Russian specialists accompanying him that he does not suffer from aerophobia and is prepared to go to Moscow by air next time, Itar-Tass reported.
Also in September, a 9-year-old boy in Quebec, who had tested positive for rabies, died after developing tremors and myoclonic jerks in both arms, hydrophobia, aerophobia, dysarthia, and visual hallucinations.
easyJet s Fearless Flyer course is one of the best priced aerophobia courses in the UK at just Au189 per person.
All 68(100%) of the cases for whom the details were recorded had hydrophobia, 59 had hydrophobia and aerophobia, 19 had hydrophobia, aerophobia and breathlessness.
Singer Liz McClarnon developed aerophobia - a fear of flying - 10 years ago at the height of her fame in girl band Atomic Kitten.
The mother-of-two has missed countless family events and festivals as a result of her condition, known as aerophobia, which affects thousands of people worldwide.
Rabies-associated signs such as aerophobia, hydrophobia, profuse salivation, and copious oral secretions were noted, and he was transported to a tertiary care pediatric hospital.