What is Trypophobia and what causes it?
Trypophobia characterized as the fear of holes, has also been linked to a more generalized aversion to circular shapes such as bubbles. But what makes bubbles so disgusting? The answer may be found lurking just under the skin.
Signs & Symptoms
Some of the common physical symptoms of Trypophobia( Fear of holes ) include:
- Racing heart
- Rapid breathing
- Shortness of breath
- A sense of imminent doom
Storyline of a person with far of bubbles
I have a fear of bubbles. It’s very strange, and I don’t understand it. I’m not afraid of bubbles, like soap bubbles or bubbles that children make with wands, but bubbles that come from boiling water.
I mean when water or any other liquid starts to boil and the small bubbles rise to the top.
I have never been burned by water, or anything like that, so I cannot find any rationalization in this situation. When I see them, i just get extremely creeped out.