Dysautonomia Atlanta Ga
Autonomic Disorders / Neurologic Specialist / Root Cause / Mysterious Illness / Holistic Health Clinic
What is an Autonomic Dysfunction?
It is when the autonomic nervous system, which controls involuntary body functions that affect the heart rate, body temperature, sweating, and digestion, does not act correctly.
What is Dysautonomia Atlanta?
Dysautonomia is a dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system. It is your autonomic nervous system which regulates bodily responses of breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, bladder control, sleep, balance, digestion, organ function, temperature control, hormones, and digestion.
Some causes of dysautonomia or POTS may be metabolic disorders, infections, inflammation, viral overload, surgery, toxins or hormone imbalance.
POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) may occur as a secondary form of dysautonomia.
Alane’s youngest son has POTS and is 100% fine now. She understands what it takes to improve the symptoms and get to the root cause of it.
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What Causes Dysautonomia?
Dysautonomia, a condition characterized by a dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system, where your ANS does not send messages or receive messages correctly. This causes a wide variety of symptoms.
Some of the Causes of Dysautonomia That We See in Our Clinic:
- Food intolerances can lead to symptoms of dysautonomia.
- Hormone imbalance can cause symptoms similar to dysautonomia.
- Underlying infections like Lyme disease, Mycoplasma, and viruses like Epstein Barr can be linked to dysautonomia.
- Vitamin Deficiency has been liked to symptoms of POTS.
- Metabolic imbalances can cause dysautonomia.
We work hard with you to get to the root cause of your symptoms of dysautonomia or POTS and provide you with simple plan to improve the quality of your life.
BENEFITS OF WORKING WITH ALANE AND NUTRITIONALLY YOURS FOR DYSAUTONOMIA
You will finally get to the root cause of the POTS symptoms and have the correct plan to get your life back.
SYMPTOMS OF DYSAUTONOMIA ATLANTA GA
- Balance Problems
- Noise Sensitivity
- Light Sensitivity
- Shortness of Breathe
- Cold or Heat Intolerance
- Chest Pain
- Ongoing Fatigue
- Blurred Vision
- Swallowing difficulty
- Gi Problems
- Stress Intolerance
- Pulling at Clothing – as if it was too tight
- Irregular Heart rate
- Lack of focus or concentration
- Blood pressure ups and downs
- Mood swings
- Fainting spells
- Frequent Urination
- Low blood sugar
- Exercise intolerance
- Trouble Sleeping
What is the Outlook for People With Dysautonomia?
The outlook for individuals with dysautonomia can vary depending on the underlying cause, severity of symptoms, and effectiveness of treatment.
Read this story of Alane’s youngest son Andrew, to see how the outcome of dysautonomia can be wonderful.
Andrew was born preemie in 1997 and had failed to thrive. At three months of age, he was only 5 pounds. Over time his weight improved.
He broke out a head-to-toe rash at age three on the first sunny spring day. Our pediatrician suspected Lupus, and Emory Hospital told them he was allergic to the sun. After one year of following orders, dressing him in dark clothes, hats, and sunscreen, Aland had a thought. What if this was an autoimmune or dysautonomia response to something?
She adjusted his diet, and not only did the rash go away, but so did the sun allergy.
As Andrew grew, he started to show symptoms of dehydration, loss of coordination, fainting, dizziness, and heat intolerance. He was diagnosed with POTS.
Alane tested him for food intolerance, toxins, mold, and vitamin deficiency. She worked diligently with him to get to the root cause: an underlying infection and adrenal imbalance. It was treated naturally, and he was fine and still is.
Andrew is a skilled engineer who lives independently and is a wonderful young man.