Why Fainting After Eating So Much Begah And Going To Sleep?
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A faint that occurs when you urinate after a possible urinary syncope or if you push strongly when you urinate, fainting can also occur due to vasovagal reflexes.
Microturition syncope basically only describes the condition of fainting during or just after urinating. The exact cause of this condition is not known with certainty, but is thought to occur due to a decrease in blood pressure and slowing of the heart rate during BAK. When your bladder is full, your blood pressure will increase slightly and your heart rate also increases. When you urinate, your parasympathetic nervous system will be activated and your blood pressure will drop and your heart rate will also slow down (sometimes you can feel it as palpitations when you urinate). Both of these conditions can trigger a fainting moment or immediately after urinating.
The following are some things you can do to prevent this condition from recurring:
avoid holding urine too long when you want to pee while you sleep, try not to stand up right away, but sit first for a few moments, stand holding on for a while, then walk to the bathroom urinating in a sitting position after you finish urinating, try to sit first a few moments, stand holding on, then walk back to the room if you experience symptoms of fainting when you urinate, do not stand and walk, but try to keep your head down in a sitting position on the toilet and be quiet for a while If this fainting condition is often happens, you should consult a neurologist so that further evaluation can be done.
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