Once consciousness is restored, marked or prolonged disorientation and confusion are not usually seen in syncope and are more frequently indicative of Seizure
s (the postictal phase of a <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>Seizure</span>
). Sometimes when there is uncertainty as to whether a patient is experiencing syncope
s, an EEG is performed to help rule out Seizure
s. As for syncope, there are numerous possible causes for recurrent syncope.