Syncope, or scientific syncope, is understood as a sudden, unexpected loss of consciousness, lasting no more than a few minutes, more often seconds. Fainting occurs as a result of insufficient blood flow to the brain. In most cases, this is the result of a drop in blood pressure.
Why do we faint?
Usually we feel the danger of fainting. There is a so-called pre-fainting state, which is manifested by the following symptoms:a person becomes ill; Continue reading