Shallow Water Blackout Poses a Silent and Undetected Risk for Swimmers | NBC News

NBC News’ Steve Patterson reports on the dangers of shallow water blackouts, even for the most experienced swimmers. It can be caused by fainting or “blacking out” in water or something as simple as holding your breath underwater for an extended period of time, leading it to be considered one of the top causes of unintentional deaths.


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