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Hi there! Can anybody explain to me what Vasovagul is!!!!

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Hello there! Vasovagul differently known as vasovagul attack, vasovagul syncope, vasodepressor syncope, and Gower syndrome is a reflex of the involuntary nervous system that causes the heart to slow down ( bradycardia ) affecting the nerves to the blood vessels in the legs permitting those vessels to dilate. So, the heart puts out less blood, the blood pressure drops, and what blood is circulating tends to go into the legs rather than to the head. The brain then lacks oxygen and the fainting occurs. Common symptoms of the Vasovagul attack are weakness, vision problems, sweating, low blood pressure, slow heartbeat, and fainting.
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