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How Fast Can I Make My Vasovagal Syncope Go Away
Agree with variable: Counterpressure manoeuvres are effective but should not replace recumbent position. Putting hands together and squeezing to contract upper body muscles works as well as crossing legs and squeezing. Both accomplish an increase in blood pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Better be safe: Check with a doctor! that is what they are educated for. ...Read more
Varies: Usually it slows, often dramatically, simulating "arrest". A hr of 20-30 with 3-5 second pauses is not uncommon. This common form of vasovagal syncope is called "cardio-inhibitory". But occasionally one sees vagal reactions with pure vasodilatation in which BP falls but heart rate doesn't. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Sometimes vasovagal syncope is sel limiting, others it is a recurrent problem and requires attempts to treat with medications. The most important thing is attempting to stay hydrated and eat small frequent meals. If you feel like you are about to pass out sit down and put your head in between your legs or lie down on floor so if you do pass out you don't hurt yourself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Try this:: Vasovagal syncope, which is accompanied by a fall in BP and often slowing hr, always has warnings which consist of nausea, feeling hot, becoming lightheaded, and visual changes such as darkening. At the first sign, lie down. If possible, elevate your legs. There are two benefits: it will raise your BP and avoid injury if you do faint. Other hints: always eat breakfast. Betablockers help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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