An interview with physical therapists about living with POTS as a healthcare provider
Dysautonomia can cause many strange symptoms, including GI problems
The Levine Protocol: Worth a Try?
A breakdown on what the Levine Protocol is and how it can help reduce POTS/Dysautonomia symptoms
How does a college athlete recover from POTS? Determination, GRIT, and plenty of patience.
The difference between POTS an anxiety from a patient’s perspective
Guest blogger Amanda Boyd shares tips to overcoming POTS as an athlete
How can being physically inactive make your chronic illness worse?
Corlanor (Ivabradine) — The Next Top Medication for POTS?
The perfect guide to using apps with a chronic illness
When you struggle with a physical disability, perhaps looking into a physical therapist specialized in your disability can change your life
But the question remains: What will happen when all this is over?
Worried about using mobility aides with an invisible illness? Why you shouldn’t care what society thinks.
How to avoid the ER and deconditioning when the cold/flu is trying to bring you down.
When you have a chronic illness, you may have a harder time adjusting to sudden climate changes and temperature extremes. Here are some tips and tricks to enjoying summer despite the heat.
Believe it or not, there are days I don’t even notice something is “wrong” with me, and I put that in quotation marks because I truly believe having POTS has made me a better person.
Concerts and POTS? YES PLEASE!
When diagnosed with hypotension, or low blood pressure, a common “fix” many doctors recommend is to increase your sodium, or salt, intake. It seems like eating a large amount of salt would be unhealthy, but salt by itself has many important roles in the body. Why is Salt Important? Your body’s cells require certain ions,…