Lump in throat (globus sensation) is the feeling of having a mass in ones throat even if there is nothing physically present. This sensation can make it difficult to swallow, and in some. Feeling a lump in your throat might feel worrisome, but many people experience it at least once. Doctors arent sure what exactly causes a lump in the throat, but there are some common. Understand your feeling of a lump in the throat symptoms, including 10 causes & common questions. Globus sensation is an overwhelming feeling of a lump lodged in a persons throat, even when nothing is there. Having a constant lump in the throat feeling is a common symptom of anxiety disorder, including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and others. To see if anxiety might be playing a role in your anxiety symptoms, rate your level of anxiety using our free one-minute instant results anxiety test or anxiety disorder test. Original post i have had the feeling that food is stuck in my throat, or there is a lump for over 2 weeks. It is only on the left side, and i feel like i am going to go crazy soon. I have seen an ent who put a scope down my nose, has a long look and said nothing was there (that was tuesday).