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Holiday Phobias That Will Freak You Out

Travel AOL.com this week, share some really random phobias related to holidays

Holidays are often thought as the place to go to relax, chill out and distress. Some holidays makers find it hard to relax when they suffer from some of the most random holidays phobias ever known. We’re not talking of the common fear of flying, these phobias are just as real but to most, they will seem weird, bizarre and crazy.

Ancraophobia – the fear of wind. 

This phobia will send chills down your back. You may think ancraophobia comes on during great storms and gales, but no, many suffers are terrified of even the slightest summer gentle wind, making the choice of destinations not to go to a real breeze.

Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia – the fear of long words

Someone was having a laugh when naming this long worded phobia, maybe they came from a small town in wales named Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwll-llantysiliogogogoch which will send phobics of long words running home.

Dendrophobia – the fear of trees

Trees produce oxygen giving us life, but for many dendrophobias the sight of a tree can keep them short of breath. This strange phobia creates havoc for holiday makers, wary of potential trees being in hotel gardens, on walkways and in parks. And of course holidays to the rain forest are out of the question. 

To read more about strange holiday phobias including Haphephobia – the fear of touching, Xerophobia – the fear of dry places, and the one holiday killer, Heliophobia – the fear of sunlight, click here: Wired Phobias that Stop People Going on Holiday 

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