Trypophobia Test (3 mins)

This test is developed to screen the individual for trypophobia. This is a self-assessment test and cannot be used to replace the formal testing in a professional setting. This test is only for informational use and cannot be used for diagnosis.

Trypophobia Test

 

Trypophobia Test

 

Instructions to the Test

In this brief test, you just have to look at the picture, please make sure you are not distracted by anything in the environment and focus on the pictures presented. After the picture will be displayed you will be asked for how long do you think the image stayed on your screen. You have to answer between 1.5 seconds to 8 seconds. Your answer must not be based on the number of seconds you count but on the basis of your approximate idea about how long you perceived it lasted.
The images presented could be gross and bizarre, if you think it will be unbearable for you to experience them and will cause extreme distress, please avoid taking the test without professional help.
Please make sure not to count seconds and give your guess about the seconds.

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What is Trypophobia?

Trypophobia is avoidance or fear of small holes, bumps, or shapes clusters. We experience symptoms of disgust or fear when people see this sort of cluster. Examples of things that could cause a reaction to fear to include seed pods or a close-up image of somebody's pores.

Scientists are debating whether trypophobia is a real condition. In 2005, early reports of trypophobia were first identified in an online forum, but the American Psychiatric Association did not recognize it as a distinct disorder.

Trypophobia is often defined as "the fear of holes," but it should be noted that it can also refer to bumps or other patterns that are closely clustered together. People experience symptoms like extreme anxiety, nausea, itching, sweating, trembling, and even panic attacks when people see trigger artefacts.

Fear is a common symptom, but with this phobia, disgust is often described as the overwhelming emotion that people feel. In fact, trypophobia appears to be strongly visual. It is enough to see pictures online or in print to cause feelings of revulsion or anxiety.

Trypophobia work is still relatively rare, but some of the cause items observed include Honeycombs Strawberries Lotus seed pods Pomegranates Condensation Bubbles Holes or bumps on flesh Insect Eyes Coral Holes in diseased or decaying flesh Bubble Wrap Sea Sponges Fruit seeds.

The "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual" (DSM-5) of the American Psychiatric Association does not accept trypophobia as an official phobia. To understand the full range of trypophobia and the causes of the condition, more research is needed.

Symptoms of Trypophobia

The condition's symptoms are similar to those of other common phobias. After seeing clusters of small holes or bumps, in person or in a picture, people frequently experience: feelings of revulsion Goosebumps Anxiety and anxiety Quick Breathing Sweating Nausea Itching Vomiting Panic Attacks Shaking Emotional distress.

Risk Factors

Not much is known about trypophobia-related risk factors. A 2017 Trusted Source report found a possible link between trypophobia and major depressive disorder and widespread anxiety disorder (GAD). People with trypophobia were also more likely to experience major depressive disorder or GAD, according to researchers.

Instructions to the Test

In this brief test, you just have to look at the picture, please make sure you are not distracted by anything in the environment and focus on the pictures presented. After the picture will be displayed you will be asked for how long do you think the image stayed on your screen. You have to answer between 1.5 seconds to 8 seconds. Your answer must not be based on the number of seconds you count but on the basis of your approximate idea about how long you perceived it lasted.

The images presented could be gross and bizarre, if you think it will be unbearable for you to experience them and will cause extreme distress, please avoid taking the test without professional help.

Please make sure not to count seconds and give your guess about the seconds.

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