:Influenza is an epidemical acute respiratory disease caused by viral infection. Several complications in the respiratory tract, such as pneumonia can occur. However, rare but serious neurological complications are also observed. Here, we described the prevalence, characteristics and suggestive pathomechanism of syncope after influenza infection season. Of 2.2% of patients diagnosed as influenza experienced syncope. None of the patients had severe cough, low blood pressure (BP) or dehydration. Patients suffered with frequent dizziness before syncope. Patient with long duration of loss of consciousness was more observed in those with high fever or positive orthostatic BP drop.