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Blackouts, excessive sweating, unable to recollect studied information during examinations. Causes?

During my exams recently I had a black out for a 5 min period and then I profusely sweated. I had no fear of the exams as i had prepared well I had also a good sleep. I almost forgot everything which I knew, luckily within some times I was able to get back the and remember what i learned but still the flow of thoughts was an issue. Can I know waht would have been the cause?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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Hello vvs.phoenix,
I read your query.
You are hard working & brave boy , not having fear of Exam which many have.

During that day, U probably got an episode of " Hypoglycemia ( decrease in Blood sugar level ) with/without/or Hypo tension with less fluid level - less amount of water intake."
So u got an episode of Blackout & sweating in excess with very short amnesia.

U need to drink sufficient water means 8-10 glasses of water per day
& eat Food having glucose in It like biscuits before Examination.

Ask any query again.

regards, DR JIGNESH
Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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