I can attest to that because anytime I get my hair done you can best bet that I'm gonna get my Z's on in that chair.
She also said (and this may be good info just in case any of you every experience a child passing out) that picking him up off of the floor after his first fall was not the best thing to do because him passing out was the brain's way of telling the body that it wasn't getting enough blood. What happened when we picked him up was the blood that was trying to rush back to his brain, immediately slowed down it's travel. The brain said "HEY! I said I needed some blood up here!" And sent a message to the body to pass out that second time. Which is why after having him laying on the floor while waiting for the ambulance to arrive, he was able to sit up on his own just fine by the time they got in the door.
If you missed Cam's story of how he scared me half to death, read it here.
So, now, although I know that my child has no heart or brain issues, I'm still a little concerned about him. He is still not back 100%. He has still been complaining about his stomach hurting and he is having headaches. Last night, we went to a basketball game and while the other kids were roaming the halls and enjoying themselves, he was either leaning on me or sitting on the floor.
Something is still wrong with him and I don't like it one bit. He's 6. Should he be complaining of headaches?Right now, with the beautiful spring weather coming in after our horrid snow day, you'd think he's want to be outside playing with his brother.
I guess, I'll be taking him back in to the doctor's office soon. They now know the Wise kids by name!