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Why do I sometimes blackout when I stand up?
When I stand up from sitting or laying down, I sometimes start to black out. I don't faint, but I do see black/black dots for about 10 seconds. While this is happening, my head feels like it has a lot of pressure on it and I guess you could call that light-headed and sometimes I also get dizzy. This happens probably two to three times every day to every other day. I've researched and found that this happens to most people sometime in their life, but I also read that if it happens frequently than it could be harmful. I wanted to know what is considered a serious case and also what's happening when I "black out". Thank you!
could be Dysautonomia,
i've got this,
check this link.
it depends on how old u r. if u are young, it means your growing. if you are an adult, you should see a doctor.
It could have to do with the way you eat, maybe your blood sugar is lower even a case of anemia. If you use glasses, it could also be that you have the wrong prescription. I would suggest seeing your doctor and an optometrist.
It's from getting up too fast. I don't know why it happens just take your time getting up
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It's just your blood flowing through you from sitting or laying down just get up slower