Like Nausea After Being Shocked.?
Hello doctor, I want to ask. So I am surprised every time something, like nausea but not to vomit. I guess why and how is the solution huh? Thank you
Being surprised is a form of reflex. Reflex is an unconscious body response (out of control), it is fast and short. Reflexes aim to prevent the body from possible damage or loss. Stimuli that can trigger reflexes can come from inside or outside the body.
When someone is shocked, the sympathetic nervous system will be activated. Similarly, various areas in the brain, will become active so that it affects mood and emotions. It is this nerve activation that is likely to cause various human responses when surprised. Most people will shout, some will just be silent. Other responses can include crying, laughing, falling, nausea, or fainting. There is no clear mechanism why the response of surprise is different for each individual. Chances are also related to psychological trauma experienced. For example, childhood trauma when seeing someone fall and bleed can carry over into adulthood and cause nausea or fainting when they see similar events
You might be able to start increasing your awareness so you don't get surprised easily. Focusing on the environment may also help. Consult this with a psychologist or psychiatrist to ensure that there is no psychological trauma underlying your current response.
Thus my explanation, hopefully helped. Regards.