What Does Blackout Mean? Center

Blackouts are medically defined as periods of unconsciousness or memory loss. They may occur because of brain damage, head trauma, excessive alcohol consumption, drugs, or disorders affecting brain function. Fainting, also known as syncope, is used to refer to a blackout. Read more: What Does Blackout Mean? Article


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