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Not only is it uncomfortable, but it can also be a little scary. Doctors now understand more about the causes of globus sensation, which can be both psychological and physical, and that the symptoms are very real. Globus sensation usually disappears on its own over time, but you should seek medical advice if the condition is accompanied by any of the following symptoms:. Our experts recommend changes to medications that may cause dry mouth or changes in lifestyle to reduce anxiety. When globus sensation is the result of another medical condition, treating that condition will also alleviate globus pharyngeus.
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What is globus pharyngeus?
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Globus Pharyngeus refers to the feeling of a lump in the throat. This is usually not associated with sore throat. This globus sensation is usually felt in the front of the neck and it can move up and down or sideways. This condition is equally prevalent in men and women, though the latter are more likely to seek health care for this symptom.
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Feeling of a lump in the throat (Globus Pharyngeus)
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 sensation, or globus hystericus which does not mean the person is hysterical. If people have the sensation but also notice difficulty swallowing, see Difficulty Swallowing. Doctors are not sure what causes globus sensation. It may involve increased muscle tension in muscles of the throat or just below the throat or it may also be due to gastroesophageal reflux.
Most experience the painless sensation at least once in their life. The most essential element that sets globus sensation apart from other potential causes, is an impact on swallowing. You may be experiencing another, more serious issue, if you have difficulty swallowing.