About Claustrophobia

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    What You Need To Know About Claustrophobia

    What You Need To Know About Claustrophobia

    Claustrophobia is one of the most common phobias. It is a situational phobia triggered by an irrational and intense fear of tight or crowded spaces. It frequently results in a panic attack and can be triggered by things such as being in a crowded elevator, a small room without any windows, or driving on a congested highway. Symptoms: For some people, claustrophobia may disappear on its own. Others may need therapy to manage and cope with their symptoms. Symptoms of claustrophobia vary. However, some common symptoms include: sweating, increased heart rate, dizziness, hyperventilating, inability to breathe, headaches, and trembling. Causes: Claustrophobia is generally the result of an experience in the person’s past (usually in their childhood) that has led them…

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