Sciaphobia, sciophobia, and fear of shadows
What do you call Sciaphobia? Click the common name that sounds right to you:
The long-term solution to extreme fear of shadows isn’t just to get rid of the ‘surface’ – the sciaphobic symptoms. You need to get to the root of the problem, the patterns of thinking that consciously or unconsciously are always behind the fear.
- The 'VIP' Sciaphobia Program. One-on-one help with a sciaphobia specialist. Learn More
- Our home study program Vanquish Fear & Anxiety for Sciaphobia. Learn More
Causes & Symptoms
There can be quite a few reasons why a person experiences sciaphobia. Pick one of the links of different names for this fear to learn more.
Medications & Prescribed Drugs
Drugs and medications for Sciaphobia aren’t the best approach, we feel, but make sure you always follow a doctor’s advice when taking or stopping any prescription.
The root cause of being Sciaphobic is an unconscious mental association that links shadows to powerful feelings of fear. Meds can mask that link, but can never break it. (That’s what we help you do).
Discover more about sciaphobia, its causes and cures, follow one of these links: