Claustrophobia - This is a pathological symptom, meaning a phobia of confined spaces and the fear of cramped spaces, such as an elevator, small rooms, showers, tanning salons and others. In addition, limited places with large crowds, such as claustrophobia in an airplane, can also cause fear. This type of phobias along with the fear of heights are considered the most common pathological fears.
A person suffering from this disease is afraid that he may become ill, which is why he always seeks to occupy a place closer to the exit. Claustrophobia is also manifested by bouts of uncontrollable unconscious panic. It accompanies the neuroses of different etiologies.