Claustrophobia Treatment

Before you take into account claustrophobia treatment, it is important that you know about the condition of claustrophobia itself. It is a sort of fear, which many experience especially when they stay in a confined area.

Jan Heering

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The person who suffers from this condition knows that the condition is baseless and irrational but he is unable to free himself from this horrible state of health. Anything constrained or unnatural makes the person behave abnormally and he may even experience severe panic attacks.

In most cases, rather than going for a claustrophobia treatment you tend to believe in the proverb that prevention is better than cure.

However, a perfect way of getting rid of this fear would be to assure yourself that there is nothing to be afraid of when standing within a confined space. You try to convince yourself that everything is normal and at ease.

For the selection of a most suitable treatment, it is all-important for you take into account the symptoms of the condition.

These symptoms may include:

  • Shaking

  • Sweating

  • Fear of actual harm or illness

  • Lightheadedness

  • Hyperventilation or ‘over breathing’

  • Fainting

  • Accelerated heart rate

  • Nausea

With a most trusted claustrophobia treatment, you will no longer feel afraid to be in places like tunnels, small rooms, underground parkings, elevators, subway trains, medical diagnostic imaging techniques and other significant restricted regions. Your confidence saves you from being anxious and panicky.

It has been seen that MR imagining has been successful in some cases in treating conditions of claustrophobia. Such a process involves intranasal administered midazolam spray for preventing claustrophobic responses.

This process is quite time consuming and includes long time of scanning, together with additional sequences, sedation or general anesthesia.

As a part of claustrophobia treatment, you may also be recommended to take drugs such as Benzodiazepines, Xanax and even Valium at times. Remember, before you go for a sedation treatment, it is essential that you take necessary precautions.

  • If sedation is what you require for the MRI then it is important that you inform your physician just when you are making the appointment.

  • It would be better if you visit the radiologist at least one hour before the time of appointment.

  • Do not dare to drive yourself after the treatment is over. For if you plan to do so the radiologist will not be able to give you your prescribed medication

  • Do not eat anything solid at least three hours before the treatment takes place.

  • However, intake of clear liquid is allowed but that too two hours before you reach the hospital.

  • Do not smoke or take medicines for asthma before you prepare yourself for this particular treatment

Why self help NLP is considered the best claustrophobia treatment
Self-help Neuro Linguistic Program successfully works in treating a claustrophobic condition. This is the fastest and the most trusted way of treating this specific phobic condition.

Self-help NLP helps you to create a new reality for yourself. In this way it becomes easy for you to reconstruct your psychological set up and get rid of your fears and emotions in life.

Thus, make haste and go for self-help NLP as the most suitable claustrophobia treatment.

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Posted by Jan Heering
Phobia Treatment Expert and author
Founder and President of the Morpheus Institute and

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