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Concussion symptoms, including headache, temporary loss of consciousness, confusion, dizziness and nausea can last days to weeks or even months for some, according to the National Institutes of Health.
This is a temporary loss of consciousness due to this momentary insufficient blood flow to the brain and can occur in otherwise healthy people.
It refers to a swift and temporary loss of consciousness and as you say happened to you, will often result in a fall and sometimes injury as there isn't enough warning for you to avoid it.
Sometimes,falls precede a stroke, acting as a warning sign -tiny blood clots cut off the blood supply to the brain, resulting in a temporary loss of consciousness in the weeks or months leading up to a full-scale stroke.