Doctors have found a secret weapon against sudden fainting

Lightheadedness can be easily avoided, says cardiologist Martha Babalarov. She proved a sharp inhalation of air through the mouth or nose relieves symptoms and gives the chance to avoid fainting. This writes The Updated News.

According to the basic theory, syncope occurs because of a sharp drop in pressure and lowering of blood circulation in the brain. The findings were made under observation for older patients with sudden syncope. Experienced by doctors proved a sharp inhalation of air helps to prevent loss of consciousness.

There are other ways to avoid fainting. For example, you need to cross your legs or quickly take any man by the hand. The pressure becomes a little higher, what can get rid of unpleasant and dangerous state.

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