Why We Are All Afraid Of Deep Water
One of my biggest fears is deep water. I have always wondered why I’m so afraid of it. One time I was jet skiing in the Cayman Islands and I was cruising around within 50 yards of the shore. One of the boat captains had previously explained to me that about 200 yards off shore the depth of the water sharply dropped off from around 40 feet to a mile. A MILE DEEP. That is 5,280 feet, way deeper than 40! I decided to venture out and see what it was like to cross the “threshold” of depth. I revved my trusty Yamaha and went straight out toward the horizon. Suddenly, all around me, the water turned from light blue to black; I had journeyed over the great shelf. I was immediately filled with an ominous fear I had never experienced before (aside from when Taco Bell took the Volcano Taco off their menu). When I scampered back to safety and calmed down, I posed this question to myself: “Why is it that absolutely nothing changed when I crossed the barrier – my jet ski still worked perfectly, I had the same ability to swim, and the waves remained the same – but I was absolutely horror-stricken?” I researched the answer to this question for 3 solid years and have finally figured out the answer. In keeping with the TGM tradition, this is all totally scientific and full of completely accurate science.
The true fear presented here is actually going down beneath the surface into the depths, either in an ocean or a lake (lakes are almost scarier), and the jet skiing example is what happens as a result of that fear. Though filled with horror, I was able to be on top of the deep water and could probably do it again. It would be absolutely out of the question for me to actually dive into the depths and be “down there” by myself. But why is this so? As you will see, it is not due to any one fear, but a combination of all of our most common fears. Here are the reasons why deep water is a ridiculously scary concept.
1. Fear of the Dark
When you’re at the bottom of a body of water, you can’t see anything. It’s pitch black. Have you ever tried to swim as far down in a lake as you can? It gets really dark and cold really fast – about 10 feet down. Imagine being 20 feet down. Or 5,280 feet down. But even that’s nothing compared to the deepest point on the entire crust of the Earth, located at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near Japan, called the Mariana Trench, which is 38,000+ feet (or 6.8 miles). If you put Mount Everest at the bottom of the trench, the top of the mountain would still be over a mile below the surface of the ocean. The bottom line is that you can’t see anything. Even if you’re not that far down and there is faint sunlight, everything below you would be complete darkness, and this definitely plays into our collective fear of the dark. In case I haven’t hammered my point home by now, just think about taking a walk in the woods by yourself. Not really scary. Now picture yourself alone in the woods in the middle of the night. I don’t care who you are, the dark is a scary thing.
2. Fear of Suffocating
This is the most obvious reason, but it still needs to be addressed. Have you ever gotten to the point where you swam down too far in the swimming pool and you seriously considered the fact that you might not make it back to the top before you ran out of breath? If you’ve ever been rough-housing as a kid with blankets and pillows and you accidentally got pinned down inside of a sleeping bag or something, and you get to that point where laughter temporarily turns to screaming, you know what a scary concept not being able to breath is. Even if you have scuba gear with you down in that deep dark abyss, there’s a chance a valve could pop out or you could run out of oxygen. You can’t see and you can’t really take a deep breath. Could it get worse? Yes.
3. Fear of the Unknown
Need I remind you there are lots and lots of weird, dangerous, freaky-looking creatures everywhere in deep water? There are over 1 million species of creatures in the ocean. I’d be scared if there were 1 million creatures in the ocean, let alone species of creatures, and scientists estimate there are an additional 9 million species yet to be discovered. That means we only even know what 11% of the creatures in the ocean are. Most of the beings in the ocean are things mankind has never even seen or heard of. Who knows what could be down there?
But it’s worse than you’re even imagining. Allow me to use another analogy that’s happened to you in real life so that you can gauge how truly scary this is. Think about a time when you were walking in a dimly lit basement trying to find something, or, again, walking in the woods at night armed with only a flashlight. All the sudden, something brushes up against the back of your neck. What do 10 out of 10 people do at that point? They become airborne similar to a frightened cat, possibly let out a very girly scream, and instantly turn around and shine their flashlight to see what it was. And every time, what is the thing that touched you? A leaf from a branch or the flap of a cardboard box. It’s never anything actually scary. But in deep water, it’s always something scary.
Think if you couldn’t shine your flashlight on the thing. And think if the thing was lots of things. And think if, even if you could see the thing, you probably would have no idea what you were staring at. You would be forever locked in that initial fright index of 100.
It’s dark, you can barely breath, and some weird things just touched you and you have no idea where they just went. But there is more to fear, I’m afraid.
4. Fear of Flying Insects
Think if you were in a canyon somewhere in Colorado taking a hike. It would be very much like the bottom of a lake except without the water, wouldn’t it? If you answered yes, you clearly don’t appreciate the gravity of the fear of deep water. Imagine that, as you’re walking along, all of the beetles and scorpions crawling along the ground, the huge, black, hairy spiders that are hidden from view in the cracks of the canyon walls, and the slimy worms and snakes that are burrowed beneath the ground, simultaneously started flying anywhere they wanted. That is what the bottom of a lake without water would be like. For the strange creatures underwater, there is no up or down. They simply go wherever they want as if they were flying.
Ever been around someone when a huge bug flies near them? Then you know how even the manliest men, even though they appear to be calm, quickly tense up and become filled with a secret fear that the bug might land on their eyeball or fly into their mouth, and that’s why men try so hard to kill them. Go to a park in the summer and observe a large group of people. You will most assuredly witness at least one person run for their life because a bug is flying around their head. Flying insects are just plain scary.
Unfortunately, in deep water, you can’t see any of the undiscovered freakish flying creatures that brush past your body as you grasp at your suffocating throat. That’s gotta be it, right? Wrong.
5. Fear of Being Caught
Have you ever been chased by a dog, even if you were just playing with the dog? It’s so scary. Dogs will always catch you, and there is nothing more thrilling than when you are running full speed away from the dog and each time you glance back the dog is 10 yards closer until it’s finally nipping at your heels. Now, imagine that same scenario, except instead of a dog, you’re running from a bear. You will be eaten if you are caught, and it doesn’t help that bears can run faster sideways than the fastest human can run forward.
When you’re at the bottom of a lake, everything that is around you was built to move in water. Everything, except you. If something truly frightening like a shark or a giant squid caught site of you, you could turn the other way and flail about all you want, but the monster will catch up with you in a split second. You can’t get away from anything.
Even if you had the wherewithal to see and breath, you couldn’t run from danger. It would simply find you and devour you.
There are lots of places that I wouldn’t want to be, such as trapped in a burning house or alone in the vacuum of space. But in the burning house at least I can see, and in space at least there aren’t any creatures that could get me. There are no other places in the universe that combine as many common fears as places like a mile below the surface of Lake Baikal or 7 miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. It is because of the combination of all of these fears that I am so horrified by deep water.
Check this out, this guy is in a hole in the ice in the top of that really deep lake you linked to AT NIGHT:
I wonder how much the video game Dark Forces fed into your fear of water? That game freaked the crap out of me, I get the jitters, like, seriously shivering, when they make me get in murky water in video games. To the point where sometimes I just stop playing.
Also, Super Mario Bros. 2-2
Dark Forces is one of the best and scariest games of all time.
I know exactly what you mean. I can't watch TV shows about underwater creatures or the oceans or anything… even that WaMu commercial with the giant whales freaks me out. I've even changed the channel from cartoons that show anything underwater. My husband thinks I'm insane but I haven't stuck so much as a toe in the shallow end of a swimming pool in at least ten years.
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Believe it or not it's scarier than death itself for me
I grew up on the Gulf of Mexico and have done all manner of ocean swimming — within 8 feet of the beach. I've screamed when seaweed tickles my leg. I've cried out for Jesus to save me when a mullet-like fish jumped out of the water and slapped me on both sides of my face. I've wanted my mama when a jellyfish has humped my knee.
All of that maybe 8 to 15 feet from the beach. But the DARK water?
Just LOOKING at a photo of the Blue Hole of Belize makes me feel disturbed. And it's GORGEOUS. But I don't think I could swim across that for a million dollars. I'd be dog paddling it, panting, crying and waiting for a giant moray eel to eat me. GAH!
This is one of my biggest fears of all time. I have a hard time getting into any depth of water that isn't contained within a small concrete rectangle that I can see the bottom of. When we go to the ocean I have to make myself, MAKE myself get in. And I have to be almost fully clothed. Shoes, pants, shirt. I call them swim-clothes but they're not. In fact there's no way I could swim in the fall-like wardrobe I wear in to the water. I don't want to feel anything that might be swimming or floating around me. And by shoes I mean real street shoes so I can't feel whatever weridness I might step on. And I only go in until the water hit my shoulders, no more. Ugh, I've got the heeby-geebies now. Thanks. Thanks a lot!
There is nothing more dreadful to me than going a few feet down in a like and feeling the slippery bottom. (sshhiver) I always swim with my legs close to my body. I think that falls under #3 – Fear of the Unknown.
Ugh, this reminds me, last fall I was swimming in the Gulf with Zeke (he was in a little boat that his legs stuck through out the bottom) and I KICKED A HUGE FISH and saw a giant ripple in the water as it swam away from us (mom said it was probably a big sting ray). I got this deep primal fear in my gut and I think Zeke picked up on it because he started asking to get out of the water.
THEN when the tide went down to a ridiculously low level (there was like 20 feet of beech exposed so you could walk on dry sand where normally you would be up to your chest in water) there were all these little purple things covered in SPIKES all over the sand. I was like WHAT???? How did I not step on any of those all the time while I was walking around in the water. I was glad that was the last day we were there and it was too cold to swim that day. It freaked me out…
While I agree with you, I also have to say that I'm one of those weirdos that loves deep water. I love the ocean and I love exploring the unexplored, so naturally I'm always wanting to snorkel deeper, swim further, and find out what that "thing" is that I just stepped on. Granted, it IS creepy when you can't see anything down there, but ultimately, it's also kind of cool knowing that there might be something cool you don't even know about lurking below the surface as well. I've always dreamed of finding Atlantis, or at the very least, proving the existence of Mermen and Merwomen. I've been forever haunted by the account of the Mer-kingdom in Lewis's "Voyage of the Dawn Treader" and how Lucy describes seeing what equated to an underwater forest, roads, and entire realm. I want to go to there.
There may be a four-toed statue down there as well….
It's amazing that there are so many species in the ocean that we haven't discovered yet. Knowing that I could see something no one else has kind of sparks my interest. But when you talk about the darkness and especially not being able to get away from anything chasing you, well it pops the balloon of interest pretty quick.
If a dog catches you yeah the bite will hurt, but a shark well some of them can swallow you whole.
AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! I experienced real fear and held my hand over my mouth so I would not audibly scream. Holy Moly! I remember my brother getting stung by jelly fish in South Carolina and it was game over me at the age of 11. Thank God for dry land.
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I am 13 years old and I have this huge fear of lakes and the sea. Swimming pools are ok but if they're more than 4m deep I feel scared to be in the middle or on my own. My Dad has just bought this fantastic new speedboat, we have a rubberring that goes on the back and three people can get on it, I have two brothers. One 12 and the other 10, the 10 year old is keen in water but the 12 year old can be scared every so often. We have water skiis and I just can't bring myself to go into the water without freaking out. We are currently residing at Loch Lomond (for those of you who don't know, Loch is the Scottish word for lake) we came here for a watersports holiday in the 190m deep water.
I'm 10 and I know exactly what you mean I'm in the same exact situation as you are I was at this pool today that was 4m(13ft.) deep and my friends were in it like nothing :/ and it's all because of this show I watched wen I was like 4-5 ("Are you afraid of the dark ")
I can't go in, I just start crying my eyes out. The peat from the mountains turns the water an eery black colour with a tinge of green. You can barely see your feet in it ! I feel scaared when I straighten out my feet and see if I can touch the bottom and I know I can't. Something about it is just horrendous. My mum and dad feel upset and angry that I dont like water after them buying all the stuff for it.
Don't think it's something I'll ever get over. It's nothing about or to do with the depth I am scared of, it is litterally the depth. Thanks for posting, will help me get my point accross.!
I've been afraid of water my entire life. My mom always tells how my friends and other kids my age would paddle around in the shallow end of the pool in about 2 feet of water, but she could barely get me to hang my feet in. I wouldn't even walk near the deep end of our swimming pool and wouldn't have dreamed of using the diving board. I am now 30, and my irrational fear of water has, if anything, only worsened. I tried to watch that "Planet Earth" DVD series on the oceans, and had to turn it off. I can't even look underwater on the television… sometimes even cartoons make me uneasy. Nothing bad ever happened to me in the water and this hysterical, irrational fear seems to have come from nowhere. Just reading this post about being on a jet-ski over a dark section of water that was a mile deep sent a dark chill down my spine. I would LOVE to get over this but have no idea how to do it. I'm expecting my first child and it makes me sad to think that I won't even be able to put my little one in an innertube or water-wings and hold her as she floats around the shallow end of a pool or the shallow edge of a lake or ocean. Has anyone managed to overcome a really, really severe fear of water like the one I have????
Yes. You want some operant conditioning, if I remember the terms correctly. Go check out some psychologist stuff.
Basically start out small and get more familiar with stuff, and reward as well.
Just swim and get used to it and then try deeper when you feel confident of your abilities go deeper then deeper and DEEPER!
That is exactly how I feel about the pool in my town. One time my cousin took a video of the 12 feet side and I nearly passed out.
Deep, deep water makes me want to barf, no lie. I imagine all of the millions of creatures under and around me and I swear I hydroplane all the way back to shore. It's irrational (unless there's sharks, or box jellyfish, or anything else that can eat or kill you).
You exactly have a point with what you are saying. I am one of those people who are afraid of deep water not only because of what you have said but also because i have a big fear of drowning into the deep water.
I do know how to swim but believe it or not, I'm scared of swimming on the ocean. I'm scared of what lies beneath the blue waters. I can't bring myself o think that under me is a beautiful and colorful world.
: A blog on the different human phobia is interesting and also funny. Maybe it would help if the writer could also provide remedies to these fears.
I thougt the same, no remedies. gosh, i was actually searching for a site that will give me boost or motivation to overcome my fear of the abyss ( i am a triathlete and will be swimming on an abyss this december) i got really scared now and imagine myself getting breathless
I've been scared of deep water since I saw a movie when I was little (I don't know how It's called, but I know it was about a huge dam that was stopping water to flood the whole city). Since then I started to become very anxious and cry whenever I heard the terms ocean, deep water, abyss etc. At the Biology class at school, when we learned about the living things in the abyss of the oceans, I used to cover my ears and try not to hear the lesson my professor was teaching.
omg my name's Marina too, anyway I'm only 10 and I went to this swimming pool today, and the water was bout 4m (13 ft.) deep, and I was about to dive off the high diving board cuz my friends were encouraging me, but as soon as I got up to the end of the board and looked down(don't know why)(I guess it made me feel better to know that i didn't see anything down there)I was terrified. And for me I know it was from this TV show "Are you Afraid of the Dark" that I watched when I was about 4-5.
I know exactly what you are talking about. I am just horror-stricken to turn out under a deep water. It is pitch black there. You don't know what expect from this or that place. As for me I don't like the unknown. In generally I detest any flying insects, creeping creatures. I even hate to touch jelly-fish and snail but they are so nice and innocent. So what ca I say about creatures that are more scary and dangerous than snails and jelly-fish. I prefer not to dip into it and not to learn about it. It's kind of phobia! Anyway deep water is a pretty terrible thing!
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I was doing some searching and i came across something today that i will never forget. I have always had a fear of deep water. I am scared of swimming pools deeper than 7ft. But i want to test my fear and always have. i use to have nightmares of being pulled under water. I bought a boat 3 months ago. It was fun and i was a bit scared but thought i overcome my fear. Then i sold the boat and bought a jet ski. And today we went out and a flushing pipe connector popped of and in 30 seconds the jet ski stalled and then started sinking. We were in very deep water, the marines use submarines there. We were rescued and were unharmed. I have never been so scared. We were floating out, no control. Deeper and deeper underneath us. I think it stems from when i was a kid and i fell in a pool. I went out and had a look at the jet ski earlier and all i could think about was what was underneath it, the deep water while we were floating with no power at sea. I am also scared of heights. Your info has gave me something to think about.
I am 50 years old and I am terrified of water. I can't swim, even when taking a bath I only put enough water in the tub to soak myself in it that's how terrified I am of water. Growing up us kids were never allow to go close to the water. Growing up our house was surrounded by water and we were told never to go close to the water. When I had my kids that's the first thing I thought them to do was swim. I put them in swimming lesson they were only 3 years old. That was the one thing I hated was that my kids love the water and loved to go swimming at the beach which I always took them but I was alway terrified to death to go because I was that afraid of water I prayed that nothing ever happen to my kids while we were there because I didn't know what I would do. What I want to tell everyone is please if you have any kids please make sure that that is the one thing they know how to do because it's the most terrifing thing to be afarid of the water.
I am scared to DEATH of deep water… I don't mind heights… I'm a good swimmer, I love to swim actually, like boats, sailing, even sitting in a little rowboat would probably be okay (though never a glass bottom boat. I just don't want to know what's going on down there That drop off at the pool even makes me panic. I can NOT look underwater. it's the DEPTH, not the water itself… thos photos of people swimming with whales?– oh. my. God. the whale probably wouldn't even do anything… probably wouldn't even know you were there… but you are trapped. you can't run, you can't hide, even the fastest swimmer has NO chance of surviving if somehting wanted to catch them. Does this phobia have a name? they say aquaphobia… or bathophobia… but it doesn't seem to cover what exactly it is I am scared of.
Thalassophobia. And your description is 100% me…
Omg @ Jessica I totally get what you mean!
I love swimming, I love the idea of deep water but once that idea becomes tangible.. It’s just something about being so drastically far from anything in such a medium (water).. And especially when the water is murky.. Oh goodness X_X
when the water is really deep just thinking of the sheer amount of water beneath me gives me a vertigo-like feeling.. even worse than vertigo because high places aren't usually swarming with giant monsters that want to eat you.
I was interested to read this post because I also have a fear of deep natural water. I can swim and I suppose that I am a decent swimmer. I am not afraid of pools though, I know this is only because the water is clear and there is nothing swimming around in it. That being said, I might still get panicky if I was in a man-made pool that was 100 feet deep. For me its a combination of fear of whats swimming around down in the water, especially the ocean, and a fear of being too far out from the shore that I might drown. I like to swim and I really wish that I could get rid of the irrational fear. I think part of my fear comes from my mother, who was a very overprotective mom, who was nervous about me doing anything… including SWIMMING IN DEEP WATER and I was NEVER allowed to swim in lakes or in the ocean in a depth that was over my head. I think had my mother not been this way and I might not have developed such a fear of deep natural water. I am going to try hypnosis to overcome the fear, or at least make it manageable. Its good to have a healthy respect for being in deep water but not feel panicky just because we cant feel the bottom.
Im freaked out of the ocean and lakes. Don’t mind the pool. I love a good swim. I think, its the idea of my legs dangling and everything underneath me, It is scary. I was in Thailand(phi phi island), my sister and I decided to canoe around the island. The conditions were rough, so we only went around the corner to a little beach. I do get sea sick. But I thought id toughen up, it was good exercise. I remember panicking the whole way, I seen sea gulls and I said, oh no doesn’t that mean shark? My sister didn’t really care. It may be movies that make me scared. Although, I do remember when I was young, my dad took me to the beach, threw me in and told me to swim. I was trying to grab the sand to hold on. But it kept melting away. I wish I wasn’t afraid, the ocean is beautiful.
I too have fear of deep waters, specially ocean watters…. After reading this and understanding where the fear might come from, i dont think i can overcome it….. its just too scary……
I am petrified of what might be in the water around me. I am going to try and conquer the fear by learning to surf. Wish me luck!
Your article is absolutely informative. I agreed paragraph by paragraph. But let me tell you my fear:
I think that is even worse. I can say that I get panicked when I swim and suddenly I see the sea getting dark under my feet, or beacause of a shadow of a rock, or because of the seaweeds or whatever. My heart starts beating faster and faster and I dont know how to face this fear up. Its like there is a huge gap underneath. I have noticed that whenever I swim with friends, I am not afraid; i keep swiming as if there is nothing to fear under me. The same happens when I swim when there are other people in the sea, where the "black" parts of the sea are; I am not afraid then. I live in Greece and the sea is endless here, present from God. I love sea and I love swiming. Is sad that I am afraid of this thing.
I would also add one more fear in this complex of fears: Fear of the heights
It's good to know that I am not the only one with the absolute FEAR of deep water. Just reading all the comments made me get goose bumps. I just learned to swim after being afraid of water my whole life – I'm 49 years old. But the mere thought of entering the 'deep end' of the pool makes my hands go numb. I am thinking of hypnosis to try to help me over come the fear. I won't fly over water or go on a cruise ship because of my fear. It's always there. Even when I am in the shallow end of the pool, I can see the drop off and I get so horribly panic stricken. Thank you for sharing all of your common fears….
I'm totally with you Susan. I also have a fear of deep water (in pools included). I was only able to tread water in the deep end of the pool a few years ago, but still – my breath gets shallow, my heartbeat quickens, and the water "feels" thinner in the deep end of the pool. Nobody can touch me or come close to me or I'll freak out completely. I can't even wear goggles in the shallow end, because once I go under and I see the deep end, I freak out. As for natural bodies, forget it – there's NO WAY I'm swimming where my feet can't touch, or even the slightest hint of seaweed. Only once I was able to go in with a life jacket on and I constantly had a fear of a fish brushing by my legs…. Ugh. I get chills just thinking about it!!
Suppose everybody is afraid to some extent. I like to go free diving/harpoon fishing and even I can't shake the fear of deep dark water… sucks when you're down there on a cloudy day and suddenly it gets dark and ominous and every surface and shadow starts morphing into mysterious shit… freaks me out everytime.
Cool post, glad somebody wrote about this!
omg this just made it ten times worse for me lol
Guys it is water. I am only a preteen and have dived more than 24 feet. Sure the bottom is mucky but who cares.
If anyone is scared of water why even drink or touch it? I think it is just my opinion but there is no reason the fear water(except #5) and I think you guys should at least try it.
Its easier said than done, i cant even explain why im scared of deep water, i instantly panic.
I can get into the sea up to my chest and i can get into a swimming pool no problem, anything more than that… i cant do it. I absolutly envy people who surf, and can jump into the sea on a boat trip, i cannot, and i wish i knew why, it could be all or some of the above mentioned, or just my mind.
Ive thought about having hypnotherapy, see if that helps..?
I too am scared 0f deep water, with me it is a confidence thing , I am 67 years old , ex navy , can swim in the pool with overalls , must have been some thing when I was young , my parents never to us to the beach but once , it bothers me a lot, I now make sure all my family can swim , make sure to take your kids to swimming lessons , don't want them to be like me, I know I can swim, it's just if , I can't feel the bottom , I panic, well we all have to live with our demons.
For me.. It's scarier than death itself
If you are afraid of deep water, especially in pools that you can see everywhere that are around 14 feet deep, never look up underwater in deep pools.
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I agree with you, but alot of you people are saying your afraid of specific underwater animals coming to hurt or eat you. But i have a cottage at a place, where pretty much no dangerous creatures underwater could hurt you. Yet i am still scared to death, when i get too deep into the dark water. In the heat of the moment, you create fake thougts on things coming to hurt you, the unknown, you dont think about specific things. Unless you have seen one, ofcourse.
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Fear of the ocean is probably a major reason why so many sea monsters have been imagined by humans throughout the centuries. Your not weird, fear of the ocean is extremely common. It all depends on degree as well, some people are so scared of the ocean they won't even enter the ocean from the beach. Others though are just afraid of the deep sea. There are very few people though that don't have any fear of the ocean whatsoever. I'm not scared of coastal water, I am very scared though of the idea of being out in the middle of the ocean completely alone. You never know, what if some of those sea monsters we thought were myths really do exist?
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