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    In an effort to find the ever-elusive peaceful slumber, Frostrup decided to try hypnosis, and spilled her guts to -- uh, interviewed -- a psychotherapist for the essay as well. Click over to The Observer to read the details of her experience. But is, as Frostrup writes "what seems to me a shameful condition for a nearyear-old" really that irrational?

    And if her mailbag is any measure, why are so many adults still shackled by it? In fact, a fear of the dark in adulthood may be more common than even the sleep experts themselves would think.

    In a small study presented at the SLEEP conference in Boston, researchers were surprised to find how many adults 'fessed up to fearing things that go bump in the night. In Carney's study, the 93 participants dubbed themselves either "good sleepers" or "poor sleepers. For many, this fear of the dark begins in childhood as a fear of the unexpected , Thomas Ollendick, professor of psychology and director of the Child Study Center at Virginia Tech, told LiveScience, that something or someone will pop out of the closet or from underneath the bed.

    Most grow out of these fears as they get older. A severe fear that persists into adulthood may be classified as a phobia, he said, sometimes called nyctophobia, achluophobia, scotophobia or lygophobia.

    In many cases, a phobia of the dark that persists into adulthood is tied to a particularly traumatic childhood experience, psychotherapist Phillip Hodson told Frostrup. However, most are treatable with cognitive behavioral therapy , according to Time's Healthland. In some instances, though, the underlying fear of the dark can be mistaken for a number of other phobias, or even general anxiety.

    When I went public on my fear of the dark, writing "me too" in what may have been one of my least helpful responses to a troubled reader, a deluge of sufferers wrote to admit they were similarly afflicted. The letters weren't just from those sensibly nervous when wandering an empty street after midnight, but full-on phobics like myself left paralysed with fear and virtually unable to sleep alone.

    Are You Afraid of the Dark?

    Is it some form of mass hysteria or is the dark, as I've always believed, actually scary? In an effort to find the ever-elusive peaceful slumber, Frostrup decided to try hypnosis, and spilled her guts to -- uh, interviewed -- a psychotherapist for the essay as well.

    Click over to The Observer to read the details of her experience. But is, as Frostrup writes "what seems to me a shameful condition for a nearyear-old" really that irrational? And if her mailbag is any measure, why are so many adults still shackled by it?

    In fact, a fear of the dark in adulthood may be more common than even the sleep experts themselves would think. In a small study presented at the SLEEP conference in Boston, researchers were surprised to find how many adults 'fessed up to fearing things that go bump in the night.

    In Carney's study, the 93 participants dubbed themselves either "good sleepers" or "poor sleepers.

    For many, this fear of the dark begins in childhood as a fear of the unexpected , Thomas Ollendick, professor of psychology and director of the Child Study Center at Virginia Tech, told LiveScience, that something or someone will pop out of the closet or from underneath the bed. Most grow out of these fears as they get older. A severe fear that persists into adulthood may be classified as a phobia, he said, sometimes called nyctophobia, achluophobia, scotophobia or lygophobia.

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