Cause Often Fainting In Crowded Places?
I have fallen and hit my head when I was in elementary school, now I am 25 years old … until now there are still scars on my head, I often feel nauseous, sweating, my hearing and vision are disturbed when I am in a crowd, do I have any disease related to an accident I had as a child?
Fainting is something that should get immediate medical attention and examination. From the situation you are experiencing, the collision when you were in elementary school and currently experience fainting and hearing and vision problems when you are in a crowd, most likely it was not caused by the collision you had previously experienced. If it is due to the collision, then fainting can occur under any circumstances, even when you are not in a busy place.
From the situation you are experiencing, feeling faint and impaired hearing / vision may be due to vasovagal syncope. Vasovagal syncope is a condition that occurs quite often. Vasovagal syncope is a state of fainting which is caused by stress triggers such as seeing blood, excessive stress, sadness. One of the causes previously mentioned is excessive stress. Maybe you feel stressed or anxious when you are in a crowded place, which can lead to fainting. Vasovagal syncope apart from fainting can cause other symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, palpitations, vision and hearing problems, and pallor of the skin. Vasovagal syncope is actually not a dangerous thing.
But besides that, frequent fainting can also be caused due to other causes such as:
low blood sugar levels
heart rhythm disturbances
heart valve disorders
therefore, to determine the exact cause of the condition you are experiencing, then you should check with an internal medicine specialist so that the doctor can further examine your condition.
here's an article you can read about fainting
may be useful. Thank you