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CONTENT What is Thanatophobia? Does Thanatophobia Depend on Sex? What Ages are Shown Most Fear of Death? What are the causes of Thanatophobia? What are the Symptoms of Thanatophobia? How is Thanatophobia Treated?
What is Thanatophobia? The fear of death or dying.
Do you have a fear of death or dying ?
Does Thanatophobia Depends on Sex?
AGES 10% from 12% from 33% from 21% from 50+
What are the Causes of Thanatophobia? Unknown death
Religion beliefs about an afterlife
Loss of a loved one
Getting older day by day
What are the Symptoms of Thanatophobia? A Dry Mouth
Gasping or Shortness of Breath
Feeling of Dread or Panic
Feeling of Impending Disaster
How is Thanatophobia Treated? Physician
Traditional "talk" therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or Desensitization Therapy.
CONCLUSION Thanatophobia is the fear of death or dying Females tend to have more death anxiety than males Age ranges of thanatophobia; 10% from 13-19, 12% from 20-29, 12% from 20-29, 33% from 30-50, and 21% from 50+ Causes of thanatophobia are death is an unknown, loneliness, loss of a loved one etc. Symptoms of thanatophobia are muscle tension, panic, a dry mouth, trembling etc. Treated of thanatophobia are self-help techniques, relaxation techniques etc.
WORDS Anxiety(Kaygı,Endi ş e)=a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome Symptom(Belirti)=sing a physical or mental feature which is regarded as indicating a condition of disease, particularly such a feature that is apparent to the patient Desensitize(duyarsızla ş tırmak)=make (someone) less likely to feel shock or distress at scenes of cruelty or suffering by overexposure to such images Thanatophobia(Ölüm korkusu)=the fear of death or dying
Gasp(Nefesi kesilmek)=a convulsive catching of breath Suffer(Acı çekmek)=be in pain Disaster(Tehlikeli)=danger Tremble(Ürpermek)=chill, creep