Fear Of Close Space Can Lead To Depression

Claustrophobia is the fear of exaggeration that is not normal to a confined space, have been closed or are being closed, such as in elevators, tunnels, or other confined space. This disorder is experienced by many people and can result to depression.
Study found that claustrophobia is associated with depression and psychological stress. A study of 20 women and 13 men who have claustrophobia were recently conducted. All of the participants were asked to undergo MRI brain scans and were divided into 2 groups.
The first group was asked to undergo a brain scan without sedation and the second group used sedatives.
The researchers found that the average level of depression was significantly higher in the first group than the second group. The first group also tended to have higher psychological distress.
These findings suggest that patients who did not receive treatment claustrophobia properly can develop into depression.

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