POTS Webinar Recording, Now Available

POTS Webinar Recording, Now Available

We want to extend our gratitude for those who came to the webinar and asked question both live and via email before the event. We were overwhelmed by the interest and attendance and are already planning our next support group and online webinar. Unfortunately we did...
Register for POTS Support Group Webcast!

Register for POTS Support Group Webcast!

  We know many of you want to make it to a support group–but can’t do to obvious health issues! We will be hosting a live support group in Boca Raton on September 14th from 10AM to Noon. If you are unable to attend, but still wish to view and...
What is Meant by the Term “Dysautonomia?”

What is Meant by the Term “Dysautonomia?”

As you may know, the prefix “dys” or “dis” in English refers to abnormality of or simply indicates “not” or the negative of the word it is attached to. If you are “dis”-interested you just don’t want to hear about it. If you have a “dis”-ease you can’t get comfortable. So when something is said to dysfunction it just isn’t going the way that it is supposed to go.

Ask Dr. Santa Maria: What Causes Brain Fog? And How Can We Treat It?

Ask Dr. Santa Maria: What Causes Brain Fog? And How Can We Treat It?

Many POTS patients suffer with brain fog—a symptom that causes patients to feel confused, lack clarity, and feel inattentive or unable to stay focused on a thought. Though it may not possible to test for brain fog, it’s a symptom that patients will learn to recognize on their own. It is a common complaint of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia, and Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.

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