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Why does I got dizziness and faint through overheating ?

i get dizzines and faint through overheating, why does this happen?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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i think , this happened because of vasodilatation caused by overheat so the blood will go to the inferior part of the body(legs) and left superior part(brain) which lead to dizziness and faint
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