Fear is expressed at increasing levels as worry, anxiety, dread, terror and panic. These levels are determined by the imminence of danger.
Worry and anxiety are triggered by the anticipation of being harmed in the future. Dread, terror and panic concern the immediate present.
At the highest levels, terror and panic overwhelm people, causing them to make irrational choices.
While terror is an apprehension of impending danger, horror is a sickening and painful experience. Horror is the emotion, which lays the foundations for the amygdalae to sense the backgrounds of painful events.
The amygdalae remember the images, sounds, words and situations, which accompanied the horror of injury, ridicule, social rejection, loss of loved ones, or career failure.
Subsequently, the detection of any related signals trigger fear, often without the person knowing the cause of her fear.
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