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The Health Briefs Television Show is Set to Air Segment on Fainting

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla.Oct. 24, 2015PRLog — The Health Briefs TV show is set to broadcast an eye-opening segment on fainting. Syncope, another name for fainting, is quite common. One-third of the US population has experienced it. It can happen when one’s blood pressure or heart rate drops suddenly. Affected people may feel dizzy and experience muffled hearing. Changes in blood pressure can cause fainting, as can prolonged standing, dehydration, emotional trauma, and more. Prevention is the key to not fainting. The segment is scheduled to be broadcast on regional and national cable television networks throughout North America.

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