My sister, age 51, keeps getting periods of very low blood
pressure (ie: 72/66). Her cardiologists tell her they
can't find the problem, and her doctor prescribes
her steroids which she refuses to take. Anyone have any
thoughts on causes or natural solutions? She is overweight,
she drinks a lot of water and uses a lot of salt.
My sister is making an appointment to see a doctor who
specializes in "dysautonomia", a disease of the
autonomic nervous system. It seems like a catch-all term
for a number of symptoms. They don't know what causes
it, and there is no cure for it, and I guess treatment
consists of drugs. Anyone have any experience with this
and know of any natural treatments?
Comments by MM
Note my comments here
I could have checked other
things on the list this young woman is dealing with, but I
thought those were the most 'stand out' harm.
THE FATIGUE must be an
Maybe one of the autoimmune metabolic issues - Not
Helps for autoimmune issues
(as usually you just hear about immune suppressant things
and pain meds) ... would be glyconutrient food supplements:
The theory is that if
you give your body what it needs to function properly, it
heals itself ... a food, not a drug Some
helps & other thoughts
References to Glyconutrients
Technology Review listed Glycomics, the science
one of the "10 Emerging Technologies That Will
Change the World."
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