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HEALTH RISK PREVENTION
How to deal with the human factor: claustrophobia & panic?

Claustrophobia is caused by bad experiences from the past, for example from past traumas. Triggers for claustrophobia are helplessness of persons in situations that cannot be influenced. This is the core fear for every claustrophobic person.

Unexpected situations in everyday life, for example sudden stopping in the subway, elevator or tunnel are also among the triggers. Moving and closing elements are also triggers. Full, narrow, closed and dark rooms also proved to be core fears of those affected in our interviews. Crowds of people, crowds, as well as unwanted physical contact and touching are also triggers. Stuffy air can also be a trigger.

The symptoms are oppressive feelings or feelings of tightness. Strong palpitations up to racing heart are also accompanying symptoms. Outbreaks of sweating can also be accompanying. Panic attacks, also feelings of danger to life, can lead to hyperventilation and ultimately to fainting.

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