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An estimated 3 percent to 5 percent of the population suffers from so-called acrophobia (fear of heights), making it one of the most widespread fears. There are several types of mental health issues that may be caused by a person’s fear and anxiety when confronted with a considerable height. An unreasonable fear of heights may occur even if the acrophobia is not unusually high about the ground.

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Please understand that this article is an informal assessment of your gut’s ability to withstand the peaks and valleys of harsh experiences. Climbers, explorers, and thrill-seekers are all examples of people who want the sensation of being above the ground. Who knows, you could be one of them. Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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#1 Thanks a lot, Ledge – Yosemite National Park

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#2 One-kilometer Highline record for the United States is shattered in Moab, Utah.

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#3 Somewhere in Russia, at the summit of a tower

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#4 Dam at Shasta Lake

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#5 Anyone Worried About Heights?

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#6 Handstand on the side of Mt Huashan in China by Intertim’s girlfriend

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#7 Chicago’s Ledge

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#8 Not the tallest tower I’ve climbed, but I thought this picture was cool.

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#9 In China, the Zhangjiajie Platform

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#10 Not getting out of bed on the wrong side is out of the question.

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#11 Photographs by Ledge

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#12 Free Climbing in Yosemite by Wolfgang Güllich

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#13 In The Arctic, Sailing Towards An Iceberg

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#14 A Few Days Ago, I Made My Way Up To The Oklahoma City Silos

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#15 An Abandoned Theme Park for a Photoshoot

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#16 The Wilshire Grand Center Tower, Los Angeles, has five men on the top floor.

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#17 Oh, That’s What I Was Doing. In the Sky

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#18 A Backflip At Trolltunga, Norway.

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#19 There are times when your realtor may have exaggerated the importance of the “minimalist balcony” feature

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#20 In China’s Mt. Huashan, You’re on the Edge of the World.

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#21 The [oc] Bigwall Climbing and Extreme Aerial Sports.

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#22 The View from the Top of the Mountain

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#23 Organizer Balazs Mohai’s International Highline Meeting at Monte Piana, Italy’s Northern Alps

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#24 Above Yosemite Valley, on a Lookout Point

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#25 Climbing with Alain Robert

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#26 According to employers, my current Linkedin profile picture makes them nervous.

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#27 The Yukon Striker – I’m all in!

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#28 Overlooking the City from a High Rope

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#29 Up in the air: Ukrainian Skywalkers – 116 Feet

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#30 1940: Suspension Cabling View Of Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse

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#31 Yosemite Climbers Taking a Break on a Secluded Mountainside

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#32 In no way, shape, or form

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#33 Woolworth Building, New York City’s tallest building at the time, painters, 1926

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#34 Spiral Staircase with 40 floors

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#35 Unicycling to the extremes

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#36 The Eiger Summit Ridge, Switzerland, is a dangerous place.

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#37 In India, there is a wet and steep staircase.

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#38 Getting Started With Flying.

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#39 At The City Of Rio De Janeiro From Above

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#40 Matt Bush Hanging Five On ‘Heaven On Earth’s First Freesolo Ascent. By Micky Wiswedel / Getty Images

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