The malaise is a state variable degree of discomfort can range from simple discomfort to a complete blackout.
Discomfort is a subjective sensation which may nevertheless painful up fainting. Doctors speak then of syncope or presyncope. It can even cause a fall.
It appears so rapid or gradual return to the normal state occurs naturally or after a simple rest in the supine position.
This term is used both malaise among young people – and in this case, the discomfort is most often Benin – than in older home that can be linked to more serious damage. The person who happens discomfort is often difficult to express exactly what happened.
When discomfort occurs repeatedly, a medical consultation is necessary.
Overall, there are ailments without loss of consciousness or loss of consciousness.
The most common cause of discomfort without loss of consciousness is hypoglycemia, which corresponds to a decrease in the level of sugar in the blood. The malaise is the translation on the brain of the lower main “fuel” of neurons, sugar.
Hypoglycemia is more common in diabetics treated and sportsmen who draw beyond their reserves. Dizziness, neurological or inner ear may also be accompanied by malaise without loss of consciousness: the discomfort is easily recognizable when objects and walls together and turn in the same direction …
Finally, anxiety may manifest discomfort often associated with a sensation of a lump in the throat, tingling, tremors or even sweat
The most common cause of discomfort with fainting in older syncope is of cardiac origin.
Discomfort when the pulse can be accelerated, irregular or absent. This type of data collection and the history associated with discomfort and signs can help find the cause of syncope: cardiac arrhythmias, myocardial infarction, pulmonary embolism, cardiac conduction disorder …
Discomfort with loss of consciousness may be of neurological origin: vagal triggered by a strong emotion or an overheated atmosphere and which is accompanied by pallor and nausea, seizures (epilepsy) …
Finally, low blood pressure – often from medication – can also cause loss of consciousness.
Very often it is usually considered syncope.
This is someone young, standing or sitting, but never lying in a hot, airless, sometimes the world smells of tobacco and alcohol.
The person feels things come with sweats, sometimes abundant warmth, which blurs the view and the feeling of not hear what he said.
This often avoids the fall if it is possible to sit before losing consciousness.
It is important that you describe as best you can:
According to a first track tests will be directed towards the search for hypoglycemia, cardiac evaluation, finding a seizure or cause dizziness.