Fear is a response to emotional and physical dangers and the illusion created by our brains coming into existence as a result of the chemicals released by the stimulation of Amygdala, a part of the brain. If Amygdala is stimulated by our subconscious, fear turns into a phobia. There have been many scientific researches about the fear, yet there are still unknown facts. Here are some facts you might not now about ‘fear’:
1.Low self-esteem can cause fear.
2.Human beings tend to be scared of anything that disturbs them.
3.While adults can be scared of much more realistic things, children can be scared of the things that are more unrealistic.
4.Some of your fears are rational and they can be ‘’protective’’.
5.All kinds of emotions come from brain as our fears do.
6.When you get scared, your blood pressure and the amount of blood reaching to your muscles, lungs and brain increase.
7.Yes, fear can kill you. Increasing heart rhythm causes a greater pressure on blood. Pupils get bigger and the digestive system gets slower. The nervous system frays and it may result in death.
8.Our brain can also perceive harmless objects as something scary.
9.Our brain creates unfounded fears on the things we’ve seen before.
10.‘‘Making someone’s blood run cold’’ is partially true.”