Hyperventilation Topic Guide
Hyperventilation: Hyperventilation syndrome is a condition where a person hyperventilates for an unknown cause. Symptoms of hyperventilation syndrome include bloating, burping, passing gas, abdominal pressure, anxiety, weakness, fainting, dizziness, confusion, and agitation. A person with hyperventilation syndrome should seek medical care to assure it is not a serious medical condition.
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Fainting Fainting or syncope, is a temporary loss of consciousness. Causes of fainting include vasovagal, situational, postural, cardiac, neurologic, and psychogenic. Treatment of fainting depends on the cause.
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