Chrysophobia (from the Greek word chrysos, meaning "golden yellow", and phobos, "fear"), less commonly but more appropriately known as sandarakinophobia (from the Greek word sandarakinos, meaning "orange"), is fear of the color orange. This fear often come about due to negative experiences involving the color orange, such as spilling orange juice onto their laptop. Sufferers would avoid seeing things that are orange, otherwise they may panic. Most chrysophobics would avoid being exposed to artificial lighting, so they tend to sleep the whole time when sun is down, while avoiding looking at the setting or rising sun.
250,000 Americans are currently or had at one point suffered from chrysophobia, which is 1/1300th of the U.S. population.
Sufferers would avoid eating tangerines, carrots, etc.
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