iPhone 11 Pro Camera Scares Trypophobia?

On September 10, Steve jobs company finally launched their latest iPhone products, namely iPhone 11, iPhone 11 pro, and iPhone 11 pro max. This is good news for iPhone fans who are already waiting for the release of the latest iPhone. Features and designs that are now tempting many people to have it even though this phone is priced at a price that is not cheap.

However, behind the fame of this phone, many comments have emerged about the shape of the iPhone 11 pro camera. Because, iPhone 11 pro comes with three rear cameras arranged zig-zag. These three rear cameras are considered to trigger trypophobia, which is fear of holes that are close to each other. Even the camera form of the iPhone 11 pro can make someone who has had trypophobia scared to death.

Know the Condition of Trypophobia

You may be familiar with this type of phobia. Trypophobia is a condition characterized by fear and disgust at dense, adjacent holes. A person with trypophobia can feel nauseous when looking at a surface that has a collection of adjacent holes. Some examples that can trigger the symptoms of trypophobia, namely:

  • Beehives;
  • Strawberry peel;
  • Lotus seeds;
  • Coral reefs;
  • A collection of bubbles;
  • Peeled pomegranates;
  • Aluminum metal foam.

There are many other objects that are round or hollow that are feared by trypophobia sufferers. Animals, such as insects, amphibians, mammals, and other creatures that have fur or round patterns can also trigger symptoms of trypophobia. When there is an object that is hole-shaped or resembles a hole, trypophobia sufferers will experience symptoms, including:

  • Fear;
  • Disgusted;
  • Skin goosebumps;
  • Feeling uncomfortable;
  • Visual discomfort such as eye fatigue, distortion, or illusion;
  • Having panic attacks;
  • Sweating;
  • Nausea
  • Tremor.

If you have any other questions related to the above conditions just discuss with doctor. Through the app, you can contact your doctor anytime and anywhere via Chat, and Voice/Video Call.

Can Phobias Be Treated?

There are several treatments available for phobia sufferers with varying success rates. Treatment can consist of self-care, therapy, and medications. Some treatments that can be tried, namely:

  • Lifestyle modifications, such as exercising, consumption of healthy foods, maintaining cleanliness, getting enough sleep and avoiding caffeine and other stimulants.
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is a speech therapy done with a therapist or counsellor to explore how our thoughts can cause feelings and behaviors. Therapists will encourage phobias to plan and achieve goals.
  • Group therapy. Many people consider group therapy very helpful to exchange ideas and support each other.
  • Exposure therapy (desensitization). This is a method of treatment in which a therapist exposes a person to their phobia little by little.
  • Relaxation techniques are exercise-based techniques and visualization methods.

Sometimes, the doctor will prescribe certain medications to treat phobias or phobia side effects, such as anxiety. Examples of drugs that can be used are, antidepressant drugs, anti-anxietas drugs and beta-blockers.

Myths and Facts About The Left Brain and The Right Brain

The human brain is an important and very complex organ. This organ is divided into two sides, namely the left brain and the right brain. But in general, the human brain has a lot of parts with diverse functions as well. Although it has a small size the brain in fact has a very influential role on the overall function of the body.

There is a variety of information circulating around human brain function. Unfortunately, not all information circulating contains the truth. Therefore, it is important to know and recognize this organ and be able to distinguish which facts and myths of brain function. So, what are the myths and facts about the left brain and the human right brain? Check it out here!

Human Left vs Right Brain

The human brain is divided into two sides, namely the left and right brains. Both sides have different functions and characteristics. Well, it’s that’s causing a lot of information circulating, whether myths or facts, about brain organs. Anything?

1. One Of the More Dominant Brains

In fact, one side of the human brain may be more dominant. It then affects several things, including personality, way of thinking, and behavior. There are humans who have a more dominant left brain, or vice versa. When the left brain is more dominant, a person tends to think more methodically and analytically. While the mindset is more creative or artistic, it can be a sign of the dominance of the right brain.

2. Connect With Each Other

Although one side of the brain may be more dominant, the left and right brains are in fact complementary and interconnected. Both sides of this brain have equally important roles. Although the two parts of the brain do not need to be interconnected to complement each other, when the body experiences something, then both sides of the brain will “communicate”.

3. Differences in Ability

The dominance of one side of the brain can actually give rise to differences in one’s abilities. In people who have a more dominant left brain, usually have better ability in writing, counting, reading, thinking using logic, counting or mathematicians, as well as more concerned with facts. While people who use the right brain more will usually imagine more often, daydream in search of ideas, tend to prefer art, and often use intuition in understanding something.

4. Has Its Own Functions

There is a possibility that one side of the brain is more active, but that does not mean that the other side is inactive or disturbed. In fact, the left brain and the right brain both have important and complementary functions. Both sides of the brain play an active role in supporting daily activities. Although there are theories that one side of the brain may be more dominant, it is recommended that both the left and right brain be used optimally.

Still curious about the functions of the left brain and the human right brain? Try asking the doctor through the Halodoc app only. You can easily contact your doctor via Video/Voice Call or Chat. Submit your health complaints and get treatment advice from the experts. Come on, download the Halodoc app now on the App Store or Google Play!

THE FALL 2003 COLLECTION

Fall is one of our favorite seasons — a play on color, textures and silhouettes. The focus for our fall collection is reminiscent of our favorite icons and eras.

Shapely sweaters in plush cashmere, cottons, and silk bring you back to the days of Audrey Hepburn’s little bows, Bridgette Bardot’s sexy necklines, and Jackie O’s big buttons and contrasting colors. Our pants skim the body in brushed cottons and baby cords. Our skirts enwrap you like a blanket in tweeds, herringbones, and checks. With an emphasis on detail, our in-house designer has incorporated handmade roses that embellish every jacket and velvet buttons that are like icing on every skirt.

If that isn’t enough to tempt you, we also have a line of handbags hand-embroidered on jewel-toned irridescent silks. They are exquisitely crafted and beautiful enough to be called art.

– Christine and Marlene