Question: What causes you to nearly pass out?

Many different conditions can cause fainting. These include heart problems such as irregular heart beats, seizures, low blood sugar (hypoglycemia), anemia (a deficiency in healthy oxygen carrying cells), and problems with how the nervous system (the bodys system of nerves) regulates blood pressure.

When should you worry about passing out?

So if you suddenly start experiencing fainting spells and you have no history of fainting, you should see your doctor. You should be especially concerned if you faint while exercising as it can be a sign of a heart disorder. If you do experience a fainting episode, remember not to stand up until you feel better.

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