Having a constant lump in the throat feeling, such as when swallowing, can be a symptom of anxiety. There are other causes, too. Learn how to eliminate it here.
Jul 22, 2008 · In this video, Dr. Robert Bastian of Bastian Voice Institute explains cricopharyngeal spasm, a problem that causes a troubling sensation of throat
Globus pharyngeus is the term applied to the sensation of a lump or discomfort in the throat. This is a fairly common condition and represents about 5% of new
Lump in the throat (globus sensation, globus hystericus) is the sensation of a lump or mass in the throat, unrelated to swallowing, when no mass is present. (See Neck
“Help! There is a lump in my throat!” This complaint may be expressed at any age or gender. This lump in the throat sensation (also known as globus pharyngeus or
Lump in throat (globus sensation) is the feeling of having a mass in one’s throat, even if there is nothing physically present.
Feeling a lump in your throat isn’t uncommon. Many people experience this painless sensation at least once in their lifetime. Feeling a lump, bump, or swelling in
How to Get Rid of Your Anxiety Lump in Throat. You’re probably familiar with some of “typical” symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety can make you feel tense, cause nausea
Read about base of tongue problems that may lead to a lump sensation in the throat.
Some people feel as if they have a lump or mass in their throat when no mass is actually there. If this sensation is unrelated to swallowing, it is termed globus