June 20th, 2018 – Las Vegas, NV – Nowadays, mental health disorders are on the forefront of our minds impacting countless individuals from youth to the elderly. Hybrid nonprofit has identified the need for awareness regarding a mental health disorder which has been neglected for far too long — Trypophobia, the pathological fear of holes, particular those that are clustered together in a pattern.
Trypophobia describes a person with the fear of clusters of holes, pods, circles, cracks, and all or other asymmetrical shapes which results in all-over itchy feeling and general uneasiness. The severity of symptoms fluctuates from person to person and can last for minutes to hours. People who suffer from the disease are known as Trypophobes. It is sad that even as most of the human race if not all, experience it at some level, Trypophobia is a mental disorder currently not recognized by the scientific community.
Hybrid Nonprofit is concerned with the fact that the phobia impacts the lives of many individuals, even though it is not currently recognized by the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). The disease has long been attributed as an artificially created phobia or psuedophobia since it does not meet the DSM’s criteria of significantly interfering with a person’s normal routine (Fern, 2015). The cluster formation that triggers Trypophobia most often appears in human disease leading researchers to speculate that Trypophobia is nothing more than the brains primitive repulsion towards circumstances that pose risk to human health (Howarth & Diels, 2013). Unfortunately, at this time there is no cure for Trypophobia.
“I can’t believe Trypophobia is not recognized by the scientific community based on the overwhelming response and reaction provided by the general public. We hope that this awareness eventually leads to the scientific community accepting and finding a cure for Trypophobia.” Justin Whitesides CEO Hybrid Nonprofit, expressed, after conducting a survey of reactions from individuals who took the Trypophobia test.
Hybrid Nonprofit created a free Trypophobia test on YouTube for individuals to self-assess their level of Trypophobia. To learn more about Hybrid Nonprofit, Trypophobia, share a story linked to Trypophobia or to join the awareness, please visit Hybrid Nonprofit’s website for Trypophobia at www.trypophobia.com or call Justin Whitesides on 8018668457.
For a vivid Trypophobia illustration, see video below:
Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/embed/OiD1EXAgKyw
About Hybrid Nonprofit
Hybrid Nonprofit is an online entity that blends business and nonprofit techniques in a manner that puts people over profits in an attempt to educate and entertain the world making it a better place. Hybrid Nonprofit recently started a Trypophobia awareness website for the scientific community and has promised to ensure that people are aware of it and its effect on a trypophobe’s mental health.
Company Name: Hybrid Nonprofit
Contact Person: Justin Whitesides
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Address:5905 W Charleston Blvd
City: Las Vegas
State: NV 89146
Country: United States