Eisoptrophobia is a psychological condition in which one fears mirrors or seeing one's reflection in mirrors.[better source needed] "Eisoptrophobia" is derived from the Greek "eis" (into) and "optikos" (vision, image, sight). Even though the sufferers know their fear is irrational, they experience excessive anxiety when they look into the mirror.
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