Passing Out on Live TV Supercut

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+6 1. jrin2 commented 8 years ago

scary stuff for sure,... medical conditions?
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+3 2. bigbadthor commented 8 years ago

Live TV is awesome!
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+7 3. Klemm commented 8 years ago

Low blood pressure.
It's possible to learn when it's starting to happen and either sit down quickly or force own blood pressure up to avoid passing out. You get a few seconds to react. I imagine most tall persons are familiar with this problem.
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+10 4. snotraddict commented 8 years ago

1:15 What a douche, just stands there with his hands in his pockets.
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+5 5. camoga commented 8 years ago

0:13 vazianage uhhhhh

1:29 i'm passing out, i'm passing out, Go On
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+3 6. huldu commented 8 years ago

A similar thing happened to me many years ago in school. I just fainted in class. When I woke up I couldn't speak or control my body for hours to come. Probably not the same thing as in this video but quite a horrible experience nonetheless.
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+3 7. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

Last one "will somebody help him please?" as if he wasn't right there himself :P
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+2 8. jeffy commented 8 years ago

Most likely he didn't exactly understood why he fainted and didn't know exactly what to do .
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0 9. aaune commented 8 years ago

I'm no doctor, but I believe this is something that happens due to anxiety/nervousness, and a combination of other factors such as low bloodpressure. It's pretty common.
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+1 10. schlafanzyk commented 8 years ago

The guy on Glenn Beck's old show is killing me every single time. Perfect step-by-step commentary.

Happened to me as a kid at a sleepover after taking a huge morning dump and getting up quickly to get breakfast with everyone else. Collapsed like a domino tower in mid-walk, slamming my head hard on the tile/concrete floor. Got a nice scar on my chin and a few chipped corners of my teeth. Fortunately my jaw held up and head trauma was only minor - those can really fuck your shit up later in life (dementia, alzheimer's, parkinson's etc.)

My advice for when you start feeling light-headed: Stop and squat, sit or get down on your arms and legs - anything but standing freely. Another way is to contract your stomach or anus (yes, you read correctly), but be careful as you sometimes get even more light-headed after then letting go again.
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-1 11. SpanneurRouge commented 8 years ago

Good video. I must admit, and am ashamed to say, I chuckled at some of these but hope they didnt get hurt. That guy with his hands in his pocket is a major douche and needs to be known as hands in pocket douchebag. Major problem for those individuals and not funny at all. Karma+ to those who gave advice
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0 12. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

I remember that 70's inspired faint lol. :D