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Have you ever been told you're CRAZY? You may have DYSAUTONOMIA!

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Dysautonomia symptoms & treatment

Understanding Dysautonomia

I have personally helped 100’s of people with dysautonomia. Many people who go from doctor to doctor trying to find what is causing their neurological problems, and have been given anti-anxiety or antidepressant medications to no avail.

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So what is dysautonomia?

According to the organization Dysautonomia International, the term is used to describe several different medical conditions causing a malfunction of the Autonomic Nervous System. This part of the nervous system is what controls the body functions our bodies do without us thinking about it. This can include heart rate, blood pressure, pupils, kidney function, etc.

Because this condition affects your brain’s ability to automatically perform tasks, you might see symptoms from any organ or system that you do not consciously need to regulate. The problem is in your brain, but shows symptoms in your organs and systems, including your:

- Heart

- Blood vessels

- Kidneys

- Spleen

- Skin

- Stomach

- Bladder

- Pancreas

- Lungs

- Gallbladder

- Small and/or large intestines

- Eyes

- Immune system

Since the symptoms are caused by neurological issues, but expressed in other symptoms, it can be extremely difficult to diagnose.


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Symptoms of Dysautonomia

While there are many possible symptoms of dysautonomia, the most common symptoms include:

  • Rapid heart rate

  • Orthostatic hypertension (sudden rise in blood pressure when standing)

  • Chronic fatigue

  • Anxiety

  • Temperature regulation

  • Shortness of breath

  • Irritable bowel syndrome

  • Dizziness

  • Migraines

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