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What are phobias usually characterized by?
A persistent, illogical fear of a specific object or environment.
Consistent, unwanted fears that prevent a person from living normally.
A continuous state of tension and activation of the autonomic nervous system.
Prolonged periods of hopelessness, weariness, with frequent thoughts of death.
Fluctuations between extremes in mood, energy, and activity levels.