Real fainting is a sudden loss of consciousness and is most common for teenagers and people of older age. It is normal for people to at least faint once in their lifetime. So if you’re in one of these age ranges, you can use this how to fake sick method. My advice If you’re not a teenager is to only fake faint once a half year, otherwise they’ll think you suffer from anemia or worse. Teens can use it more often (but don’t exaggerate).
Fainting is a reaction in your body usually caused by low blood flow to your brain which is most likely a result of low blood pressure. If you want to learn how to fake faint its best to know about the little details like ‘what causes low blood pressure’, so you can use this as your alibi. In this post I’ll learn you how to do so. First of all it is important that you know the symptoms, if you want to preform your fake fainting session. Second, make sure you have a innocent alibi, else they send you to a doctor for medical research. Finally make sure you follow the basic steps on how to fake faint and don’t overdo it.
Fake faint symptoms
- Your view gets a little blurry (temporary)
- Temporary loss of hearing (as if someone is turning your volume to low)
- Ringing ears
- Feeling weak
- Feeling hot
- Dehydration (make sure your standing before you fake faint)
- Hyperventilation can trigger you to faint, so if you really want to perform a “show” you can add this.
Don’t overdo the fake fainting by adding a headache, chest pain or shaking on the ground they will probably call a ambulance because its either looks like your having a heart attack, epilepsy or a head injury.
Fake faint alibis
An innocent kind of fainting is most likely caused by low blood pressure. There are several things that cause low blood pressure, just pick one out to use as a excuse why you just fainted. You’ll probably need a alibi if somebody talks to you after. If you are questioned about what happened, you can usually reply with: “I don’t know, i didn’t felt well ….(and mention two or three symptoms)”. Most likely they want to find out about the cause, so choose one of the following alibis (make sure your symptoms matches your alibi):
– I didn’t eat any breakfast today (or just a cookie at 07:30 am).
– I didn’t drink anything.
– I probably stood up too fast.
– I suddenly got very hot.
– I felt I cramped.
– I suddenly saw this big, fat bug coming towards me and i was so shocked/terrified/frightened. Next thing i know i was lying on the floor (Be creative why you got scared).
– I’m having my period
– I couldn’t breath, I didn’t not enough (fresh) air (hyperventilation)
– I got too excited to do/see/hear …. (maybe to do something at P.E./ see your crush/ or hear a bug in your ear)
– I’m under weight (don’t use this if your not!)
– I was kicked in the nuts (if someone helps you make sure to wear a protector)
Fake fainting the real deal
You can either fake faith while standing or sitting. For both be prepared to feel a little pain and/or get a little bruised. You can increase you credibility by making your face a little pale (using makeup or don’t use any at all that day).
If your standing, slowly close your eyes, relax your neck, followed the rest of your body (In order from top to bottom). For the great finally bend your knees and let yourself collapse on the floor. (make sure you don’t hit your head on something hard or sharp). ATTENTION; to protect your head and neck, make sure you “activate” your neck muscles at the very last second to prevent any injury. When your on the ground, relax all your muscles again.
If your sitting its basically the same, but make sure you fall sidewards else you could end up with a ugly bump on your head.
Open your eyes after five seconds and gaze a little blurry, don’t start talking immediately and don’t use the fake “Ohh my gosh… what happened???”.
Just go with the flow.. and if nobody asks, just pack your stuff and tell them your going home, cause your not feeling well. They’ll understand 😉