StunnedThe adjective stunned is linked to the verb stun: upset, alter, confuse or confuse. Who is stunned, therefore, suffers from daze (a temporary disorder of the senses or the ability to reason).

For example: “The blow it left me somewhat stunned in my head “, “I think the president is stunned: he should analyze the situation calmly and make smarter decisions.”, “The young man was found by an agent while walking in a daze through the downtown streets”.

A subject is said to be stunned when, after suffering an impact to his head, he suffers a condition from confusion that prevents you from seeing, hearing, speaking, or thinking normally. Trauma to the head can cause a concussion because the blow affects neurons.

A car accident, a hit in the framework of the practice of a sport or a fall from a considerable height can cause a person to be stunned. Sometimes the condition reverses spontaneously in a short time, while in other cases medical assistance is required.

The light-headedness that people usually feel after an impact leads to dizziness: in addition to not being able to clearly perceive the sensory stimuli that surround them, they believe that they will lose their Balance and collapse at any moment. When a health professional approaches a patient with such a condition, they usually ask a series of questions to assess the situation and know how to proceed.

Depending on the severity of the case and the stability of the patient, the doctor can ask him to be placed in different positions and postures, asking him at each step if he experiences any improvement; For example, you can tell him to sit up and lie down, and then ask him if the feeling of dizziness goes away or decreases and if he stops feeling groggy.

StunnedIt is also said that someone is in a daze when acting in a manner giddy: that is, when he does not reflect on his Actions. An excess of information, the need to solve something quickly or external pressures can lead an individual to be dazed: “Wait a minute, I’m stunned: let me see the balance sheets for the last semesters and then I’ll give you my opinion”, “I do not think it is convenient to rush Osvaldo, I notice him stunned with the news”.

In this less literal sense, daze is related to stress, and that is why it is necessary to find the reason for such a feeling to solve the root problem. If a person is going through a too difficult stage, full of pressures and demands that do not allow him to think clearly, it is normal for him to lose the perception of his own faculties and to enter into a state in which everything seems impossible to solve.

Feeling dazed in a difficult situation is not synonymous with lacking the necessary skills to overcome it, but rather not being able to focus to understand how to do it. Acoustic daze, after all, occurs when the ear receives excess noise or sounds that are difficult to distinguish, especially with a intensity that exceeds the decibels that the ear is capable of supporting.

The generalized anxiety disorders They cause various symptoms, including confusion, dizziness, headache, and mental daze. Although there are people who only go through this sensation at specific moments, there are others who must endure it for several hours. Mental daze does not allow the development of daily activities, even the less complex, such as making the shopping list. The definitive solution is to eliminate what causes the anxiety; intermediate methods of reducing discomfort include relaxation, meditation, and breathing exercises.