The goal of neurocardiogenic syncope treatment is to reduce the frequency of serious syncope events and reduce trauma.
1 Avoid incentives. Neurogenic cardiogenicity is often triggered by certain factors, and some patients may only attack in specific situations. Therefore, patients and their families should be aware of the dangers and try to avoid triggering these risk factors.
2 improve lifestyle. Eat at least 2 liters of liquid and about 7 grams of salt per day to increase blood pressure, increase blood volume, reduce the frequency of syncope.
3 Identify symptoms of syncope in time, take a sitting position or supine position when you feel uncomfortable, raise your legs. Avoid falling.
4 body isometric compression training. Performing flexion and extension exercises in the arms and legs helps prevent syncope.
5 Perform standing training, similar to "desensitization" therapy. Let the patient gradually extend the standing time of 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour ... gradually adapt to the impact of this orthostatic change.
6 If the method still does not work, you should apply medication under the guidance of a doctor. For patients with frequent episodes of syncope, significantly slowed heart rate, and severely affected quality of life, a permanent cardiac pacemaker can be installed.