Wearing very tight-fitting shoes, standing for long on high heels for women, standing for longer hours and perhaps in the heat. When the whether is too hot your feel tend to swell causing them to heat up, standing on the same spot for a long period.
This comes from soldiers in war zones who began to think that they were completely safe as long as they stayed in their foxhole. The soldiers knew that many of them would die, just not themselves.
Because you need oxygen to survive, and if you don't get the air, that carries oxygen, you will die. But you can practice holding it for longer periods of time, but if you hold it for to long, you may feel faint, so I suggest not to do that.
Gram's stain remains one of the most valuable methods we have for identifying isolates accurately and rapidly. Despite our long-standing familiarity with this method, it still warrants careful attention every step of the way--from preparation and QC of reagents to staining and interpretation. I think one of the main reasons would to avoid contamination.
Chronic parenchymal volume loss is long-standing decrease in the amount of space taken up by the bulk of the organ.
It has nothin to do with standing still... it has everything to do with standing still with your knees locked. That causes over time a reduction in blood pressure leading up a faint. [improvement] The low blood pressure causes the human body to gain the sensation of weakness, causing you to lose consciousness.
yes depending on how long
it really all depends on the person :)
As long as there is a line in the result window, even if faint, it is positive for pregnancy.
Veins in the brain do not contain one-way valves and the blood is pulled down by the force of gravity. Lack of blood to the brain will result in fainting. To combat this, be sure to contract your calf muscles to pump blood back up into the abdominal cavity and contract your neck muscles regularly to encourage blood to flow upwards.
the aim of the standing long jump is to get the farthest distance from a standing position instead of taking a run before the jump.
Faint, Ain't, saint, complaint,
It has been standing since 477 b.c.
It depends, but usually it can be for a few seconds to a few minutes (at the most).
because they stand too long in the same place
Probably about 1 day