Claustrophobia is described as a fear of enclosed places. Although many people think that the claustrophobia is a fear of being closed in small room, such as an elevator, the severity of fear can vary from person to person. It also may happen in a large enclosed spaces. A more accurate description might be "a fear of not having a way to escape". Anyone who experiences it, feels a need to get out quickly.
If you are experiencing any symptoms of claustrophobia, it is important to do something to get help as soon as possible. It can be debilitating if not treated.
So, is there a cure for claustrophobia? What can you do about it? How hypnosis can help you overcome claustrophobia?
Although it is not a disease, a doctor may prescribe anti-anxiety medications or antidepressants to help manage the symptoms. Psychotherapy, particularly cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has been shown to be quite successful in treating claustrophobia. Alternative forms of treatment, such as self-hypnosis and visualization are currently the most successful methods.
Self hypnosis is so effective because it keeps you calm and relaxed while distantly reviewing any difficult situations, so teaching your mind to respond differently.
Self Hypnosis For Claustrophobia
In cooperation with most respective authors in the field of self-hypnosis, we are able to offer you the opportunity to download some of the best self-hypnosis sessions for claustrophobia in an MP3 format. You can choose from these authors:
The Uncommon Knowledge Institute
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