Overcoming Dizziness, Nausea And Dizzy When Seeing A Wound?
Hello, I want to ask. I am a health student, I was an intern at a clinic, at that time I was assisting doctors to suture a patient in a traffic accident, the wound in the temple, about a wound of 2 cm, when assisting I felt weak, dizzy, eyes get fireflies, and I feel nauseous, does that include phobias? But I have helped with childbirth which logically contains more blood and wounds, but I did not feel weak or dizzy. Please answer, and how to overcome it huh? Thank you
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Phobia is a condition of excessive fear of a certain object and animal. This can happen because of various things that might be experienced where it is usually associated with a psychological condition. Some symptoms are usually an extraordinary fear experienced when something that is feared like
Tenderness in the head The pulse is felt limp suddenly but this usually lasts for 1 month and will usually appear at any time when experiencing this. So if it occurs regularly it should be further examined by a doctor or psychologist so that it can be known whether included as a phobia or may not have been in the diagnosis. Whereas if it still occurs lost arise may still be caused by several other things such as
Red blood cell deficiency such as anemia Low blood pressure or hypotension Anxious conditions Panic attacks Further information in the following article.
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