Common Causes and Triggers of Vanillaphobia[edit | edit source]
There are a large variety of reasons that cause or trigger the fear of vanilla (branch of cibophobia). But the most prominent ones are are:
- Upbringing – People who are raised by people that either are afraid, or have transmitted a sense of uncertainty or danger related to vanilla (branch of cibophobia), might experience Vanillaphobia most commonly.
- Past Experience – It might be also induced, or suggested from people that might have had bad past experiences with/in vanilla (branch of cibophobia).
- Genetics – A persons ancestors that have been fearful of vanilla (branch of cibophobia) were probably more likely to survive and pass down these fearful genes to their children and so on.
Treatment of Vanillaphobia[edit | edit source]
For many individual who are suffering from vanilla (branch of cibophobia) - Vanillaphobia. Don't always feel the need of treatment because they can just avoid the object of their fear. This gives people suffering from Vanillaphobia a feeling of control on the problem. But sometimes avoiding vanilla (branch of cibophobia) might not be possible or enough.
It is important for someone to always seek professional help when possible. This way you don't lose time and do a better job and understanding what is happening. With understanding you can next move on to overcoming your fear of vanilla (branch of cibophobia).
While most phobias are curable, there is no single treatment available for all of them, or guaranteed to work. It strongly depends on the person suffering and severity in which that person is experiencing Vanillaphobia. There are cases that a combination of treatments might be more effective.
Self-help with Vanillaphobia[edit | edit source]
One of the best ways to overcome any difficulty or be prepare if any might arise in life, is to take good care of oneself. Being able to know how to help yourself is vital not to just be able to control your fear of vanilla (branch of cibophobia), but also other phobias and anxieties before they get more severe.