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Also, scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences investigated the origins of this aversion in six-month-old babies - too young to have already developed a phobia of spiders - and found that arachnophobia is also determined by genetic components, so there may be an "innate fear" of spiders. So the arachnophibia is Hereditary.
Arachnophobia is an acute feeling of visceral rejection or illogical fear of spiders. This animosity towards spiders is - along with the fear of snakes - one of the most common and widespread phobias worldwide. Widely studied since 1991, research by cognitive scientist Graham Davey concluded that up to 75% of people suffer from a mild to moderate fear of spiders.Arachnophobia is believed to stem from the fear of our ancestors, as in the Middle Ages spiders were accused of transmitting the Black Death and of having a deadly poison.

What is arachnophobia?

What you shouldn't do?

1. You should not become obsessed with keeping spiders out of the house, as this can lead to obsessive-compulsive disorder with cleanliness.2. You should not make fun of spiders, as this may increase your fear.3. You should not watch videos or documentaries until you have partially overcome your fear.4. You should not go to damp or dark places, as this is where spiders are often found.

1. You should go to psychological treatment.2. You should do relaxation techniques.3. You should no put limit yourself. Once you are convinced that you are in control, try to go to places where you may encounter spiders, but stay calm.4. You sholud think about the situation. Imagine you encounter a spider and work out mental strategies on how to deal with the situation.

What you should do?