How to fix the fear of stairs

Upskirt stairways and fear of staircases are no longer restricted to the West Midlands.

A new UK study has found that the fear is widespread and people are living in fear of getting into or out of a home.

The research, carried out by the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice), found that 58 per cent of people surveyed fear that someone will climb up the stairs and jump over them.

A third of those people reported being “very” or “fairly” afraid of being in a home, while 13 per cent reported that they were not.

The report, which was carried out from November to February, found that people are “living with their own fear” of stairs and stairs are “increasingly a feature of our modern life”.

“We know that fear of heights is linked to many of the physical and mental health problems, but the degree of it and the way we live with it has been unknown,” said Dr Sue MacGregor, a researcher at Nice.

“This research is an important step in understanding the scale of this fear, and how we can tackle it and find a solution.”

“The new research shows that many people feel scared and isolated, and feel that the stairs are a real threat to their safety,” she said.

“They also report feeling very scared of being near the stairs, which is very common in the West.”‘

They’re everywhere’The researchers looked at over 600 people living in London, the South East, the West Country and the Midlands.

They found that nearly half of those surveyed had been in a building with a staircase.

“It was a matter of finding the people with the most common fear, which might be a fear of being physically in front of someone, or a fear they may be physically in the way,” Dr MacGregors said.

She added: “We found that a large number of people reported feeling afraid in the first place, so we started looking at people who were afraid of getting in or out and what that might mean.”

Dr MacGregoris said the research was “really important” because it was showing people “how to manage their fears”.

“Our hope is that the research will give us the skills to address these fears, and help to get rid of them.”

Dr Julie Wylie, a professor of psychology at the University of Reading, said: “When it comes to height, it is very easy to fall victim to the same kinds of fears and to avoid the same behaviours, and this research is important in making sure we recognise the risks of height and what to do about them.”

“We don’t know what the long-term effects of this may be for our health, and that is really the crux of the problem.”

She said the fear “might be a result of being used to being in certain settings where we have to be very careful”.

“But it also could be because we’ve been conditioned by our upbringing that the height of the stairs is so important,” she added.

Dr Wylies research showed that a “smaller proportion of people” in the study were afraid to use a stairs because they were “in the way”.

“They’re all the same height and they’re all very small,” she told BBC News.

“You can’t use them for a stairway.”

Dr Wynnes study also showed that people who feared they were being “invisible” to the rest of the family were more likely to be afraid of stairs.

“When they fear being in the wrong place, they tend to be more likely than those who are not afraid of heights,” Dr Wylis said.

The researchers say they found that fears about stairways were linked to a range of psychological problems including anxiety, depression, self-harm, depression-related self-confidence, anxiety-related depression and depression-associated self-esteem.

“We also found that fear about stairs and fear about heights were not correlated with any specific health conditions,” Dr McGregor said. 

“The researchers found that height and fear were associated with anxiety, mood, social anxiety disorder and depression.”

But they were also not associated with suicidal thoughts or attempts.

“The study also found no association between height and depression or suicidal behaviour.”

Dr McGregoris added: “In our view, this study provides us with a framework for research on the causes of height anxiety, which can help us to develop strategies to help prevent this kind of behaviour.”

For instance, we know that height anxiety is associated with a number of conditions, including asthma, osteoarthritis, depression and anxiety.

“These findings may help to identify which strategies might be most effective for reducing height anxiety.”

Dr Ian Wright, head of research at Nice, said the findings showed how fear of height can be “a factor of anxiety, self, self care and stress”.

“The research is evidence that fear is a significant risk factor for many psychological and physical

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