Syncope (fainting) can have many different causes. The majority are not life-threatening and can usually be easily controlled. However, a very small minority can be dangerous. As a result, some causes of fainting are more treatable and can be improved with simple self help measures. Others are complex and may require medication or pacemaker options.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a talking treatment directed at the ways you respond to and cope with present difficulties.
The anaesthetist (doctor who carries out the anaesthetic) should be informed in simple terms that the patient has Syncope or Reflex Anoxic Seizures, and that their heart can stop due to increase in the vagal tone for up to one minute