Nature of fear
The fear of darkness and night is often associated not only with the fear of the unknown but also with the fear of attack or death.
The emergence of nyctophobia is usually facilitated by the individual characteristics of a person's nervous activity: excessive emotional sensitivity increased susceptibility, vulnerability and impressionability. Fear of the dark can be explained by mechanisms formed as a result of evolution. People were afraid of the dark time of the day because in the dark they were poorly protected from predators.
The primary way to obtain information about the world around us is both then and now through sight. The absence of light makes this control much less possible.
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