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    • Overview
    • Claustrophobia
    • Symptoms
    • Causes & Triggers
    • Diagnosis & Treatment

    This article is about claustrophobia, an anxiety disorder that causes intense fear of enclosed spaces and its symptoms, triggers, diagnosis and treatments including exposure therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), virtual reality (VR), relaxation and visualization techniques etc.

    Claustrophobia is an anxiety disorder that causes intense fear of enclosed spaces. It can range from mild nervousness to a full-blown panic attack and affects one's ability to live a normal life.

    Being inside an enclosed space can trigger symptoms such as shortness of breath, fast heartbeat, sweating, shaking or trembling, nausea, dizziness and more. Panic attacks are intense and last 5-30 minutes with chest pain and tightness being common symptoms.

    The fear may be caused by overactive amygdala due to genes or traumatic childhood events like bullying or being stuck in a tight place; having another anxiety disorder raises the chances too. Any confined area including elevators, airplanes/subway trains etc., can set off the fear for some people even just being in a room with windows shut can caus...

    Your doctor will ask about your symptoms and health history along with conducting physical exams before diagnosing you with claustrophobia if it seriously affects your daily routine; treatment options include exposure therapy (gradually putting you into situations), CBT (talk therapy), VR simulations (computer simulations), relaxation techniques et...

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