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How to overcome the disgust after having an injured bird fly into my kitchen?

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Answered by

Youness Tanani

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iCliniq medical review team

Published At November 28, 2017
Reviewed AtFebruary 12, 2024

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

Today in the morning a wounded pigeon entered my kitchen suddenly. It was attacked by other pigeons. It sat down on my mixer. I took a stick to remove it. But, failed to remove it. I am a vegetarian. I cannot tolerate such a thing in my kitchen. Nobody helped me. At last, my maid came and somehow removed it with a stick. Since then, I do not feel like eating anything or doing anything. I am feeling disgusted. I cannot cook anything. How to come out of this feeling of disgust and dirt? I feel nauseous. Please help.

Answered by Youness Tanani

Hello,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

You seem to be a bit too sensitive, but I understand the situation. As you are a vegetarian, I think you focused on the fact and you are still remembering the meat in general. A similar feeling happens to people who do not eat pork. Once they think about it, they feel nauseous. This is a temporary fact that will not affect you. But, I do not know about your daily life routine and if you are suffering from stress. Just do some yoga, and try as much as possible to do new activities and everything will be alright.

Thank you.

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I have no stress. I live a normal life. I took a bath after the incident. This helped me a lot. Apart from yoga, which new activities should I do?

Answered by Youness Tanani

Hello,

Welcome back to icliniq.com.

  1. Try to avoid this action from repeating again as it will make you feel worse.
  2. You can try to distract yourself by reading books and listening to music.
  3. Avoid talking about this fact to friends as they may ask you all the time how you are feeling and you will feel bad.
  4. Boost your serotonin, dopamine, and endorphin release. You can check on internet video sources how.
  5. It is nothing serious. It is just about human habits and behavior.

Thank you.

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Youness Tanani
Youness Tanani

Psychologist/ Counselor

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