If you are on blood pressure pills, standing after taking those will make you feel faint, sometimes dizzy. I think dizziness is mostly a result of low blood pressure, or inner ear problems. Simply standing up too fast does not cause fainting normally.
Having a seizure after fainting could either be from Epilepsy or from a heart arrhythmia. Whoever this happened to should be checked out by both a neurologist and a cardiologist to rule out either problem soon.
low blood pressure and slow heart beat is often a cause of a fit in which case it is often over diagnosed as epilesply , my pall has it , i told him to look at heart disease a thining of the heart wall , think its called bardycardio ? some thing like that , tilt test and salt are ment 2 work but am no doctor , i have cardiomyopthy dilated left . hope u get it sorted
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