Your posts keep coming up whenever I search for "dysautonomia." I'm 18 years old, and lately I've been VERY discouraged with my symptoms and everything I've been going through. I love seeing when you post, because you're always so upbeat and happy. So thank you.
Hi my dear! Thank you.
Yes, I checked my BP and Pulse rate during occuring symptoms. My BP was fluctuating with no clear relationship to the symtoms but my heart rate increases and I suffer palpitations but in 24 hours EKG recordings (Holter monitoring) no arrythmias were recorded.
Yes, My dizziness and focusing and concentration difficulty started in the morning when I got up and relieved when lie down.
But it is 3 days that the symptoms have been alleviated. I use 10 mg of Propranolol ( a beta blocker) three times a day and my palpitations are relived too.
I quit smoking 22 days ago and the symptoms began 12 days ago and now I`m snapping out of it. can the condition be a form of nicotine withdrawal syndrome?
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