Syncope is the medical terminology used for fainting or passing out and is caused due to reduced flow of blood to the brain or a temporary drop in the amount of blood that flows to the brain. The most common instances include a sudden drop in blood pressure, heart rate, change in the amount of blood flow in a particular area. The condition is more common in old people as people suffer with other medical problems also but it can affect people of all age groups.
What cause of syncope?
The most commonly found symptoms of syncope includes black out, dizziness, drowsiness, falling without any reason, feeling lightheaded, fainting after eating or doing some physical activity, difficult in standing due to weakness, change in vision such as blurry vision, tunnel vision or visibility of spots along with headache. Any medical condition that affects the nervous system or the heart can also lead to syncope and in some cases even change in the position, for example, standing to lying down also cause the problem to occur.
What is dementia? What causes it?
Dementia is an aggregate gathering of degenerative emotional instabilities which is portrayed by misfortune of cognitive capacity (past what is for the most part seen with typical maturing). The careful reason for dementia is still obscure however a few circumstances can result in dementia.
Degeneration of mind cells (neurons), diseases that influence the cerebrum and spine, cerebrum anomalies like hydrocephalus, head damages and nutritious lacks are few elements that can result in dementia.