Whether it’s spiders, heights, leaving the house or the feeling of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth, the word for your condition comes from the Greek god for panic and fear: Phobos.
Although this deity didn’t have a major role in mythology, Phobos was known to cause disorder in battle and served his father, Ares - the Greek god of War. Later in history, Phobos chimed in with a “haven’t you ever heard of closing the goddamn door?” - of course, Phobos! at the Disco doesn’t really have the same ring to it.
But you get the point: where there’s panic and hysteria, there’s Phobos. Oh, and in case you wondered, that very specific peanut-butter related fear is known as Arachibutyrophobia.