Xiong Ling: Overcome blood sickness psychologically

 Xiong Ling: Overcome blood sickness psychologically

In fact, syncope is a psychological phenomenon, or the role of psychological mechanism is greater. Because it is just like a person who suddenly sees a murder or disaster will faint in the past. Although the human body is stimulated by external stimuli, the first is the mental stimulation, which is the reaction when the spirit is highly tense. And syncope is not pathological. Looking at the general blood flow (some people syncope when they see venous blood drawing) is not to witness the real bloody conflict event. Therefore, the degree of syncope in this case is related to personal psychological factors. Blood syncope is related to the sense of insecurity in the heart, which is mostly related to peoples inner insecurity. This feeling of insecurity mainly refers to a subconscious response to the fear of disease and death.

From the symbolic meaning, we understand that blood means life, and blood flow means life is losing. Looking at the blood flowing, it is as if we have witnessed the fresh life slipping away and the life is moving towards death. Psychoanalysis tells us that the fear of death is the source of human anxiety, and each of us has a fear of life and fear of death. Its just that the unconscious death anxiety of people with blood syncope is more serious than that of ordinary people. Blood syncope is a projection of a persons past fear experience, which may be related to a persons past fear experience. There are carsickness, seasickness and high altitude dizziness in our life. These dizziness are just like a cold and cold. People are used to it and seem to be able to understand it. After all, it is the response of brain nerves to concussion and lose balance when the human body is in high or rapid rotation. And syncope, the human body did not touch anything, but when the visual contact with the blood appeared syncope, it seems a bit unreasonable.

It can be said that syncope is completely psychogenic, and its psychological factors are still subconscious. This is mostly related to the past fear experience of the party concerned. For example, in his childhood, he experienced physical trauma, life danger, or traumatic bleeding, or witnessed major dangerous and bloody events. At that time, the incident caused psychological feelings such as fear, fear and helplessness to the child, and these feelings and events will gradually fade away with time, But in the process of gradually forgetting, the sense of danger experienced will be precipitated in the subconscious like traumatic memory.

Then, in the future life, when faced with a risk nature of things, or feel that life is threatened, he will be more panic than ordinary people, easy to arouse tension and anxiety.

Blood sickness is related to personality, and it is also related to peoples over sensitive and serious personality.

If we lived in a strict and demanding relationship environment when we were young, or were instilled with the concepts of losing blood for a short life for a year and losing a drop of blood can not make up for 10 eggs, then he will be a person who refuses to donate blood in the future. It is not that he is stingy in donating blood, but he is afraid of bleeding. We also often see such people who do things very seriously, even seriously. If they see anyone who is very careless about safety, he will immediately give a thousand admonitions. If his child is accidentally injured, even if there is a little trauma and blood flowing, he will yell and panic.

They are always cautious everywhere. They seem to have a strong sense of safety and excessive vigilance. In common, they are neurotic. In fact, it is a habitual reflection of the experience of inner anxiety. It can also be said that it is a stubborn and serious personality characteristic formed from small to large (for the pursuit of security and certainty).

Of course, syncope may also be related to physical differences.

What are you afraid of blood? Think carefully, in fact, you are afraid of its loss, and make it seem that you are afraid of blood itself. You can also think that you have always had a sense of risk of blood symbol, expressing your normal psychology of fear of trauma (fear of death). You can also think that if the human body donates about 200 ml of blood every year, its good for the hematopoietic system of the body, so its good to shed a little blood.

Keep close to blood. The more we fear something, the more we want to get close to it, the more indifferent we are to fear.

Some things are not worth to be afraid of (for example, square phobia, can you say that square is terrible). It is often the negative psychological hints of the sense of foreboding at the beginning of the situation, and the formed attitude of resisting the feeling of foreboding that strengthen the unwarranted horror of something.

Therefore, to eliminate the problem of syncope, we can start from getting close to the blood. First practice approaching blood in imagination: by imagining scenes that evoke blood, such as blood transfusion, blood drawing, wound bleeding, etc., imagine that you can touch blood, clean blood stains, and bandage bleeding wounds. This is called image therapy.

Often such practice, can enhance the psychological tolerance of anti - syncope anxiety, and can enhance the sense of strength to contact blood.

After that, we need to practice step by step in reality: watching the scene of bleeding, such as appreciating the process of others blood donation on the occasion of blood donation, if you meet yourself or accompany your relatives to see a doctor for blood test, try to watch the doctor operate; feel the bleeding scene in TV movies; if you encounter someone who suffers from minor trauma bleeding, wipe the blood stains or bandage yourself as much as possible.

Treat with a normal heart. If the blood sickness really brings you trouble, the most important thing is to treat it with a normal heart, that is, thinking like this: life is full of dizziness, everyone has the problem of dizziness to something, which is not a big problem. You are just dizzy, its a small matter.

Whether anything constitutes a problem is largely due to your definition and views on it. Some peoples evaluation of things is equal to or greater than the problem. So the consequences of many things depend on your attitude towards it.