Nausea, Dizzy Spins When Seeing People Sewn?
, this afternoon my mother had an accident. and I saw the stitching process on his feet, but I did not see any blood, I only saw the wound was cleaned with betadine using gauze, when I saw the first stitch I felt normal, after seeing the second stitch I felt dizzy, nauseous, dizzy eyes Is it normal for people who are not used to seeing people sewn or have anemic relationship?
Thank you for the question.
The dizziness, nausea, and dizziness of the eyes that you describe may be a phobia of blood, or a matter related to blood. This is actually a mechanism of self-protection, or also referred to as responvasovagal.
The vasovagal response occurs when the digestive nerve is stimulated by the parasympathetic nervous system which regulates "rest and digest" functions such as decreasing heart rate and improving digestive function. However, when this is over-stimulated, it will cause symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, vomiting and weakness, as if it were anemic, but this has nothing to do with anemia. Usually this happens specifically in blood phobias, and things that are associated with blood.
If you want to reduce complaints like this when you see blood or blood related things, you can do therapies such as desentisization therapy, where you are slowly 'introduced' by things that make you afraid, so that over time you will get used. Don't forget to consult with a psychiatrist to start this therapy.
May be useful.