posted by Admin, last updated on February 6th, 2015 at 8:35 pm
Fear Factor Khatron Ke Khiladi – Darr Ka Blockbuster Returns is going to be even more thrilling, even more action-packed and even more dangerous. So those of you who think can face fear should first know what fear actually is. Here is a little trivia about different kinds of phobias that us humans suffer from which not many of us are aware about.
Ophidiophobia is the abnormal fear of snakes. It creeps the life out of an ophidiophobe when they get in live contact to an extent that they dread to even think about them or see them on TV or in pictures. Let’s see who is really scared of snakes from our Khiladi’s who tackled more than the snakes but still are scared.
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Nyctophobia is fear of the dark. A person suffering from this phobia has a disfigured perception of what would, or could, happen in dark. As a result the person may attempt to run away from dark rooms and avoid being outside at night or walking alone in the dark. When asked our khiladi’s about being in the dark alone see what they had to say.
Khiladis scared of the dark – To watch Click Here.
Seismophobia is fear of the earthquakes . To an extent we all fear earthquakes which are natural calamities over which one has no control. People suffering from extreme Seismophobia, also have other phobias such as Agoraphobia (the fear of being unable to escape), Thanatophobia (the fear of death) or even the fear of being trapped or buried alive (Taphephobia). Some of our Khiladi’s don’t wanna take any panga with mother nature.
Khiladis scared of Earthquakes– To watch Click Here.
Algophobia is a phobia of pain which can result in various symptoms including breathlessness, dizziness, excessive sweating, nausea, dry mouth, feeling sick, shaking, heart palpitations, inability to speak or think clearly, a fear of dying, anger or losing control, a sensation of detachment from reality or a full blown anxiety attack. You will be shocked to see how many “khiladis” are actually still scared of pain.
Khiladis scared of pain – To watch Click Here.
You will be surprised to know that not only kids but as much as 10 percent of people suffer from trypanophobia, a fear of needles and injections. The phobia is such that the person suffering is likely to experience high blood pressure and even an elevated heart rate or may just faint. They say no matter what the child within you never dies and some ssay why grow up? Lets see how many khiladis still haven’t grown up.
Khiladis who are scared of needles – To watch Click Here.
If you fear going to the hospitals, you are suffering from nosocomephobia. Most sufferers are surprised to learn that they are far from alone in this surprisingly common, although often unspoken, phobia.
Khiladis who are scared of Nosocomephobia – To watch Click Here.
The word is triskaidekaphobia. Its literal meaning is 'superstition about the number thirteen', but it's also used to refer to the specific fear of Friday the 13th. There is also the word paraskavedekatriaphobia, proposed by some as a more specific option, although this word is not yet in our dictionaries.
Khiladis Scared of Triskaidekaphobia - To watch Click Here.
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