(1) Except, perhaps, for those suffering from acrophobia , among whom it seems likely to promote the screaming meemies.(2) Viharo and Tyrrell, as a has-been child actress now in her adult years and suffering from acrophobia , completely steal the show with their creepy, intense performances.(3) Finding the equipment and an instructor wasn't difficult, but admitting acrophobia was more than I was willing to expose.(4) For example, a person may have several spirits of acrophobia (fear of heights).(5) Some people get over their acrophobia by going skydiving or bungee jumping.(6) Battling acrophobia and nausea as you scale the mast of this 104-foot-tall ship to the crow's nest and peer down into the roiling water below.(7) For all that, it's easy to understand why some analysts and investors are feeling a bout of acrophobia coming on.(8) A patient suffering from acrophobia wears 3 - D goggles and a head motion tracker and uses a wireless mouse to take a glass elevator up to a floor of his choosing in a 15-story building.(9) Many pilots still enjoy flying even though they have some degree of acrophobia .(10) Carla develops acrophobia (fear of heights), which makes it difficult for her to take elevators, park her car, or do flagpole sitting.(11) If Joe has acrophobia , just say he may not be suitable for work at high elevations.(12) A couple of examples are claustrophobia and acrophobia .(13) If you have acrophobia , I'd recommend keeping your eyes shut.(14) James has lived in his flat for 16 years and suffers from psychosis, asthma and acrophobia .(15) Less common is acrophobia , ‘fear of heights‘; this derives from the Greek ‘akros’ for a thing that is topmost, or at the tip or extremity of something.(16) Shibe Park had a press box far above the playing field, and a visiting reporter might get a queasy stomach if he was afflicted with acrophobia .