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Vasovagal Syncope: A Tale Of Fainting

I was chatting with a friend about my proclivity to faint, (for full disclosure I will say I have managed to not -actually- faint in years. 80 more words

Physiology of Fainting

It often is rather scary to witness a real, live faint, especially if it involves a loved one.

The fainter turns white as a ghost or ashen grey, their eyes glaze over or even roll back, and then their whole body goes limp.

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Invisible Illness: Living with Depression, Anxiety and POTS

I feel so guilty when I go more than a week without writing (which seems to be happening more often).  So I want to apologize in advance. 803 more words


What else could possibly happen?

Hey everyone,

If you are a spoonie, you’re probably going to relate to this post a bit more but even as a healthy human being, I’m sure you can relate in some way as well. 986 more words


Syncope training day

March 20th 2015 is the date for the Syncope Training day in SJH

This is an excellent educational opportunity with input from multidisciplinary teams including Emergency Medicine… 19 more words

The Invisible Disease - An Original Poem by Kristy Evans

Joy, love, happiness, adventure, all the things in life that some people take for granted.  Memory retention, concentration, sleep and overall feeling good is something else we all take for granted.   230 more words

The Unexpected Journey Within

What my blog site is about

I decided to start a blog so that I might be able to help people see things through a different set of eyes.  I am a survivor of domestic abuse, a mother of a teenager girl and a wife.   236 more words

The Unexpected Journey Within