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Fainting is a temporary loss of consciousness that happens when the brain does not receive enough oxygen.

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It comes on suddenly, only lasts for a short time and you recover fully within a short time. It is also often called a blackout. The medical term is syncope.

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It isn't the same thing as a seizure which usually causes jerking. It is important to seek medical attention if you experience faints. Faints may be caused by a serious problem.

However, this is very unusual unless you are aged over 40 or they have happened while you were lying down or during exercise. The most common causes are mentioned below. When you faint, you become unconscious for a few seconds. It is also called passing out or blacking out. The medical term for this is syncope. You may feel sick and sweaty first or pass out with no warning at all.

When you pass out, you fall to the ground. It isn't the same thing as a seizure which usually makes you jerk. You come around after a few seconds and feel back to normal. Some people feel very tired after they've come around. Usually, fainting happens for a reason, like when you're in pain or have been standing for a long time in a hot place. Fainting happens because the brain needs a constant supply of oxygen.

If that supply falls below a certain level, we fall to the ground, which makes it easier for the more oxygen-rich blood to reach the brain. Fainting is common at all ages and affects up to 4 in 10 people at least once in their lives.

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Most people never get medical help. If you have it for the first time after 40, it is more likely to be due to a serious underlying problem.

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The most common cause is a common faint, also called neurally mediated syncope NMS. Common faints usually happen for the first time in teenage years and affect girls more than boys. In older people, fainting is more likely to be due to an underlying heart problem, low blood pressure or as a side-effect of medication. Common faint NMS : this is also known as vasovagal syncope. It is the most common cause of fainting.

NMS can occur in various situations. These include:. Orthostatic hypotension : this is a fall in blood pressure on standing up, which can cause fainting. It can occur:. Cardiac syncope : this occurs due to an underlying heart problem. There may be a family history of sudden death.

The faint may be preceded by chest pain or the sensation of having a 'thumping heart' palpitations and may happen during exercise. These details will help the doctor to make a diagnosis. Your doctor will examine you. They will check your heart, including your blood pressure when sitting and standing and your pulse. You may be asked to have a heart tracing an electrocardiogram, or ECG. You may have blood tests for anaemia and diabetes.

Further tests of your heart and nervous system may be necessary. Give yourself a check-up with a general blood profile, now available in Patient Access. The most common cause of blacking out is fainting.

Other causes include epileptic seizuressyncope due to anxiety psychogenic pseudosyncope and other rare causes of faints. Other causes of blacking out may be due to low blood sugar hypoglycaemia and lack of oxygen hypoxia from a variety of causes. It may be due to over-breathing hyperventilation but this is rare. You may also black out after a fall or blow to the head or due to excess alcohol or street drugs. Strokes and mini strokes transient ischaemic attacks can also result in a blackout. Prolonged blackout, confusion after the event, incomplete recovery and tongue biting all suggest that the cause is not a simple faint.

Treatment will depend on the likely cause of your blackout. You may be asked to keep a diary of your faints, including what you were doing when each happened. Most people will only need to see their GP but you may be referred for further investigation and treatment at a hospital. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency DVLA does not have to be informed of a simple faint but greater restrictions apply if the situation is more complicated or if diagnosis is less clear.

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If the attack happens again or you do not feel completely back to normal, you should also seek urgent medical attention. In all other cases, you should see your GP. If you have lots of attacks, or you hurt yourself because of the faints, your GP may want you to see a specialist. They may also want you to see a specialist if your faints could affect your driving. You will need to find the underlying cause and try to address it if possible. Common faints are by far the most common cause.

Many people who faint know when it tends to happen and how to avoid attacks. Outlook prognosis depends on the underlying cause but is generally very good. In young people, when the blackouts are not associated with any heart or nervous system problem, there is nothing to worry about. In older people, there may be a risk to their health but this is due to the underlying condition and the risks from falling.

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Disclaimer: This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Egton Medical Information Systems Limited has used all reasonable care in compiling the information but make no warranty as to its accuracy.

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