You have POTS Is it an incurable disease? Or is it secondary to something else...and possibly curable? On Feb 2, 2015 at 8 PM eastern Dr. Jess Armine will discuss POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome). POTS is a partial dysautonomia with many root causes and many expressions. It is often mis-diagnosed and, worse, it's a "Hidden Illness' which means the person doesn't look sick and usually suffers in silence. Join us as we explore this condition and posit it's causes and…
A methylation problem can lead to a build up of heavy metals and synthetic vitamins in the body. It can also prevent proper neurotransmitter production and lead to problems with mental health, cellular health, autoimmune disease, infertility, miscarriages
Put a few glucose tablets or gels, or five or six pieces of hard candy, into baggies. Always carry a few with you when you go out in case hypoglycemia -- low blood sugar -- strikes. It's hypoglycemia when blood sugar drops below 70 milligrams mg/dL and you feel, dizzy, hungry, or shaky. Skipping a meal, taking too much diabetes medication, and exercising harder than usual without eating can trigger it.
Keep blood sugar levels steady to be sharper, calmer, and livelier. Choose healthy snacks that carry a low glycemic load. Planning ahead makes all the difference in how you snack and how you feel. Great for those with hypoglycemia.