With the modern impulsive rhythm of life, the need to work hard and hard, the congestion of public transport and roads, fainting against the background of overwork and lack of oxygen are not uncommon.
If you notice that a person is losing consciousness, try to hold him, not allowing him to fall. Often, it is the mechanical injuries resulting from an unsuccessful fall that cause irreparable damage to the body.
Place the victim on a flat surface without roughness. Maintain a body position in which your legs are raised and your head is tilted back a little. This promotes an influx of blood flow to the brain, after which, if the fainting was not caused by pathologies and other serious reasons, the victim should come to his senses.
Relieve the person's condition by wiping the forehead and neck area with a cool cloth. If the nausea and darkening in the eyes does not go away, the rational solution would be to let the victim inhale a solution of ammonia, moistening cotton wool with it.
Support the fainted mentally, disturbances of consciousness can lead to a temporary loss of orientation in space. Do not leave the victim alone until loved ones or qualified help arrives. If possible, give him a warm drink.
If the unconscious person does not regain consciousness within ten minutes or more, seek medical advice immediately. Do not engage in amateur performances, because delay threatens with irreversible consequences. For example, prolonged fainting can turn into a coma.