Unconsciousness

What is Unconsciousness?

Unconsciousness is the condition of being not conscious—in a mental state that involves complete or near-complete lack of responsiveness to people and other environmental stimuli. Fainting due to drop in blood pressure and a decrease of the oxygen supply to the brain is a temporary loss of consciousness.

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Please note i have fallen down in the morning while i am playing cricket arround 8 pm ,when i run 5-10 min my body get totally...

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Such symptom is suggestive of hypoglycemia this could be a near possibility, but this need to be differentiate from other...

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I am 23 years old lady, weight 48 and have a child. sometime my blood pressure is going down, the time i feel headache and turning my head i meant...

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Hi. my sister has been diagnosed with Lopus and her kidneys appear to malfunction. She only excretes liquids. The level of Creatinine and urea in...

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Thanks for the query. Loss of consciousness can be because of kidney problem in lupus if it has reached last stage of end stage renal disease. This...

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