Scuba diving claustrophobia

Scuba Diving Claustrophobia (12 Tips on How To Overcome Scuba Diving Anxiety)

You shouldn’t be scuba diving if you suffer from severe claustrophobic reactions. However, if your response to confined spaces is a mild anxiety then you should be okay to scuba dive. However, be mindful of what causes your claustrophobia and avoid situations that may cause you to react. For example, you should probably avoid swimming into swim-throughs, caves and I wouldn’t suggest you penetrate wrecks either. However, if these are things you’d like to try out, take steps to treat your claustrophobia first.

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