I got this project for school, and one of the largest questions are: Why can you faint if you stand still for too long? I don't really know how to formulate myself in that sense... so if you we're able to explain - it would be a massive help?
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If you stand for too long, the veins in your legs may dilate (open up) and causing pooling of blood in the legs. This means that blood is diverted t
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