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What are Faints?

Description of the disease

Faints are a temporary loss of consciousness caused by a lack of blood supply to the brain. In medical terms, faints are a form of temporary brain hypoxia.


  • Vasovagal faints
  • Orthostatic hypotension
  • Cardiogenic faints


The symptoms of faints may include pale skin, sweating, weakness, dizziness, and loss of consciousness.


The causes of faints can be varied - from stress and fatigue to serious cardiovascular diseases.


For the diagnosis of faints, blood tests, electrocardiogram, and a number of other medical examinations are carried out.


Treatment of faints may include lifestyle correction, use of medicinal preparations, as well as physiotherapy.


To prevent faints, it is recommended to avoid stressful situations, maintain a healthy lifestyle, and follow the doctor's recommendations.


To receive qualified medical help for faints, it is recommended to consult a neurologist or cardiologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.