Fainting is a sudden brief loss of consciousness caused by a lowering of blood pressure to the brain. Fainting may result from physical or emotional causes. Common causative factors are blood loss, dehydration, pain, fright, shock, becoming overhead, exhaustion, arrhythmias of the heart, overexertion, and hyperventilation.
Sudden loss of consciousness with collapse.
Fainting is usually brief and causes no harm other than the trauma from failing. Fainting may be a symptom of a more serious problem such as shock, head injury, heart attack, stroke or brain tumor. If pulse or breathing are absent, perform CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) immediately and have someone call for emergency medical assistance. If pulse and respiration are normal, but the person doesn’t regain consciousness within a few minutes, seek immediate medical attention.
In cases of fainting due to an extreme fright, give Aconite first.
For fainting following an accident or trauma, always give Arnica first.
For fainting from hypothermia or drowning or drowning, give Carbo vegetabilis first, then consider Veratrum album.
If the person has fainted follows excitement, give Coffea.
For fainting from stage fright, Gelsemiyum is the best choice.
Fainting from grief requires Ignatia.
Hysterical fainting calls for Moschus.
OTHER SELF CARE SUGGESTIONS
Make sure the person has a clear airway.
A cold washcloth on the forehead may help revive the person.
Moisten the lips or tongue with a few drops of Bach Flower Essence Rescue Remedy; it will often work quickly to help revive the person.
Make sure the person has fainted, rather than having suffered a serious injury or heart attack, before moving him.
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