What makes people faint? | In Good Shape - The Health Show | DW | 19.09.2013
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What makes people faint?

Fainting, also called syncope or syncopation, is the brief loss of consciousness lasting up to a minute, usually as a result of reduced circulation to the brain. People who faint often and without any obvious reason should consult a doctor. If a person who faints does not recover quickly, call a doctor!

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