Traditionally, acrophobia has been recognized, like other phobias, to conditioning or a traumatic experience connecting heights. Recent studies have cast doubt on this details fear of falling, along with fear of loud noises, is one of the most commonly optional inborn or non-associative fears.
Acrophobia is an extreme or illogical fear of heights. It belongs to a category of specific phobias, called space and motion anxiety that share both similar etiology and options for action. Acrophobia can be risky, as sufferers can experience a panic attack in a high place and become too nervous to get themselves down safely.