This question is kinda whack. Right away, I could tell this was exercise-induced collapse, which happens pretty often to runners. I picked autonomic dysfunction because I didn't realize that this is considered an "orthostatic hypotension." After a long race, runners have a decreased SVR from all of the blood flow going to muscles. Once they stop, blood pools, doesn't get back to the ol noodle and they collapse. But ffs I still didn't pick orhtostasis because I think of old people. Fuck me
confused why this is not autonomic dysfunction or hyponatremia due to sweating and why is this orthostatic hypotension?
Tough question but 0.9% saline is isotonic and normally used for volume repletion is how I got it