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In 2006, Forbes published a list of our most common fears. Number three on the list: fear of water, related to drowning. Imagine: you thrash under the water, desperate to break the surface. Your lungs begin to burn as you are unable to take a breath. Your vision darkens, and you become disoriented as the oxygen level in your brain and other vital organs becomes dangerously low.Whether or not you happen to be an aquaphobe, this is clearly an undesirable state of affairs, and one to be avoided at all costs. Continue Reading