Social Phobia refers to a disorder in which the individual has excessive fear of most situations, and will often avoid them; an intense ,enduring, Irrational Fear of being observed, evaluated, embarrassed, or humiliated by others in social situations.

 

Moreover, Social Phobia is an excessive fear of embarrassment in social situations that is extremely intrusive and can have debilitating effects on personal and professional relationships, the symptoms and signs of which includes: blushing, sweating, trembling, rapid heartbeat, muscle tension, nausea or other stomach discomfort, lightheadedness , and other symptoms of anxiety


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