What is Claustrophobia?
There are many of us out there that are suffering from claustrophobia that it is becoming more and more of an epidemic. The feeling of being trapped is essentially the definition of claustrophobia, although trapped is meant in a more literal sense. Many individuals out there will go their entire lives living in constant fear of being locked within confined spaces that would otherwise be considered nothing but normal to anyone else. In a lot of these cases, there is no immediate danger to contend with, but their minds are so convinced otherwise that they choose to purposefully avoid certain instances where they might want more room to move around in. Even thinking about these locations can spawn a form of panic attack within their own mind. These attacks can vary in severity depending on how bad claustrophobia is affecting someone mentally.
Lifts, tunnels and certain toilet cubicles are just a few examples of the types of spaces one can expect to purposefully avoid. These locations could be considered to be nothing to some individuals, although to others these could be described as their own personal hell. The origins of claustrophobia again run on a case by case basis. Some will find that they fear confined spaces due to a traumatic experience they went through when they were younger. There are even some cases of adults going through bouts of claustrophobia due to the nature of their work and an accident that might have happened.
When does Claustrophobia become a mental issue?
Claustrophobia is a serious mental illness, and can be diagnosed through meeting your GP if the symptoms are beginning to take their toll on you own social life. Anxiety runs wild with claustrophobia patients so much that it can cause someone to not leave their own houses in fear of running into these types of situations. It can be a long climb to free one’s self from the cages of their own mental design, but it is possible. There are various options out there for those that no longer wish to suffer in silence. Take the Hudson Mind Theory for example.
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A potential treatment to Claustrophobia
Those tired of feeling afraid might find that The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT) could be the answer they’ve been looking for. This theory allows one the ability to remove negative thoughts from the brain itself, thus allowing one the ability to control the pain they are suffering with internally rather than externally to the behest of those around you. Without the need to lash out, one will find they live a much happier and care-free life by proxy. This is a tried and tested method of recovery that is perfect for those that happen to be suffering from claustrophobia and wish to live their lives normally again without the fear of certain spaces looming over them.
Sessions for HMT allow one to counteract their woes rather quickly, and can even take place via Skype and FaceTime respectively. Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our
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