Can Syncope Be Due to a Hot Shower?

Answer Syncope is the loss of consciousness (fainting) caused by decreased blood flow to the brain. According to the Cleveland Clinic, it often results from a sudden decrease in blood pressure, blood volu... Read More »

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My wife is suffering from VASOVAGAL SYNCOPE and I need know the doctor in Kolkata who will be able to treat?

Hey! Vasovagal syncope can be treated without a doctor in some cases .. you have not said what causes her syncope .. syncope caused by mental triggers can be trained with therapy and simple things ... Read More »

Why will a shower curtain fly toward the shower when the shower is running and hang straight down when it is off?

When you have a hot shower steam is generated and, because it is warmer than the surrounding air, it rises. As the steam flows upwards, cooler air flows in to the lower level of the shower. If the ... Read More »

Why does the shower curtain gets sucked inwards whenever I turn on the shower?

The water from the shower is pushing air downwards (you should feel windy), if the air is able to escape from the bottom of the shower curtain, then because moving air has lower pressure (theory of... Read More »