Various phobias can touch different objects. Some people suffer from a wide variety of food fears.
Cibophobia is the fear of food in General.
Phagophobia — associated with fear of swallowing or choking while eating.
Methyphobia is the fear of alcohol or effects after drinking alcohol.
Consecotaleophobia — the fear of chopsticks.
Mageirocophobia is fear of cooking.
Thermophobia — fear of hot things, such as coffee or soup, but this phobia is not limited only to food, so those afraid of a hot bath, also suffer from this disorder.
Mycophobia is when people are afraid of mushrooms. Many may not like them because they are covered with mucus and look unpleasant, but some really deadly afraid of them.
Deipnophobia — fear of dinner conversations.
Arachibutyrophobia – a strong fear of peanut butter, or rather, fear that it will stick to the mouth.
Ortoreksiya – fear of eating unclean food. Although officially, ortoreksiya is not considered an eating disorder, however, the number of people that display the obsession with healthy eating is growing.
Entomophobia – fear of insects. Some people are so afraid that the Packed foods can be small animals afraid to buy something in the packages.
Alliumphobia – made people afraid of garlic.
Ostracise – fear of shrimp, crabs, and other shellfish.
Geumaphobia is fear of any tastes. People may be afraid of certain flavors, such as sweet, sour, or salty foods. Some unfortunate people are unable to overcome your fear in any flavor that really complicates their lives.
Ichthyophobia – fear all kinds of fish. Fear often stems from the fear of using mercury or other harmful substances present in fish and the sick.
Oenophobia – fear of wines.
Sitophobia – associated with fear of certain smells and textures.
Chocolatephobia – fear of chocolate.
Carnophobia — fear of raw or cooked meat.
Turbotube — fear of cheese.
Some of these phobias may seem unusual, strange, and even ridiculous, but this is not a joke for people suffering from such disorders. If you suddenly noticed signs of obsessive fear and did not know where to obtain assistance, contact your doctor. It can give valuable advice and guide you to a therapist or psychologist.