Claustrophobia and BDSM

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Most of the submissives might be feeling like not breathing all sudden after a dense session. If you have a real panic attack situation, it is wiser to highlight it before starting to the relationship. However, even though one does not have panic attack disorder, this claustrophobia feeling is not rare and probably it happens to every submissive at least once. Especially in the first practices which is started to blindfold them. There are some ways to pacify yourself.

When you confront with claustrophobic feelings, the first thing you should do is to ask yourself what you are scared. If you are scared that dominant-submissive relationship might hurt you or you are scared of being in a dangerous situtation, first you should deal with these. You cannot think that your dominant can read your mind. Talking to your dominant about how you feel and when it is needed using your safeword are required. A dominant who understands limits and the contract, stops as soon as he/she hears the safeword. Fort his reason, there must be no problems about feeling unsafe. In a session, if you are not avaliable to talk, use another way such as hitting the bed three times.

Most of the submissives, if she has a bad experience in the past, is scared of chocking or getting hurt. Make sure that you explained that experience in the past to your dominant, so that they know how you feel in some of the sessions and follow a path considering it.

Even though you improve trust with the dominant and give informations about past, you may still have some problems with the claustrophobic feelings. Inhaling, when the oxygen is not enough, your body panics. During your session, make sure you take deep breaths; so that your mind is open and your muscles are relaxed.

Claustrophobia might happen, it is not a big problem but when there are scenes that might trigger that feeling, it is best submissive and dominant to make things slowly.

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