Acrophobia Test ▷ Are you Acrophobic?

Have you ever felt uncomfortable climbing a skyscraper? Are you unable to look out of the window?

Acrophobia Test

Take this simple Acrophobia Test and find out in less than 5 minutes if you suffer from a phobia of heights, how serious it is, and if you should go to therapy.

The steps are very simple! Indicate the level of anxiety you would feel in the following situations:

Acrophobia test

1. Walking across a pedestrian bridge over a highway

2. Standing by an open window on the fourth floor of a building

3. Looking at the city from the roof of a skyscraper

4. Jumping off the lowest diving board in a pool

5. Ride the Ferris wheel at an amusement park

6. Watching a person cleaning windows from outside on the 15th floor of a building

7. Looking out the window of an airplane

8. Climbing to the top of a mountain

9. Looking down a spiral staircase, at a great height

10. Taking a cable car ride

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Are you Acrophobic?

Acrophobic people tend to avoid high places at all costs. Just looking out of a building window can make you panic. Roller coasters or mountain walks are not an option in his mind, and even climbing a ladder can cause a person with acrophobia to feel stress and anxiety.

It is normal to feel some discomfort when climbing to a high place, for example feeling nervous or even dizzy when looking at the views from the top of a skyscraper, or at the prospect of parachute jumping, but acrophobic people feel an irrational and disproportionate fear Regarding heights, which can lead to panic attacks and avoidance of high places altogether.

If you have acrophobia, even thinking about crossing a bridge or seeing a photograph of a mountain and the valley that surrounds it can cause fear and anxiety. This anguish is usually so intense and frequent, that it can end up affecting your daily life.

If your fear of heights is not limited to situations that could objectively endanger your life, and if acrophobia has a significant impact on your quality of life, it is advisable that you seek the help of a psychologist specialized in phobias.

Acrophobia can end up leading to other specific phobias such as fear of flying ( Aerophobia ) and fear of falling ( Basiphobia ). The longer you wait to start treatment, the more difficult and long the recovery will be.

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