What’s neurocardiogenic syncope?

Neurocardiogenic syncope, also known as vasovagal, reflex mediated, or neurally mediated syncope, is a condition that causes fainting due to decreased blood flow to the brain when a person is upright. Symptoms include weakness, fatigue, visual disturbances, and heart palpitations. Lifestyle changes, such as increasing salt intake and avoiding triggers, can help, and medication may […]

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