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What are typical symptoms of vasomotor instability?

What are typical symptoms of vasomotor instability?

Dysautonomia: Vasomotor instability refers to a condition where there is poor communication between the blood vessels and the autonomic nervous system. Common consequences of this entity include labile blood pressure and skin blotching, defective temperature control and episodic fever. This condition can be associated with dysautonomia or associated with hormonal changes as seen in perimenopausal women. ...Read more

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What are typical symptoms of vasomotor instability?

What are typical symptoms of vasomotor instability?

There is no such ent: Vasomotor instability is not a well defined condition. So I would not consider it a disease or problem that you should worry about. If you start regular exercise and learn relaxation technique it would help you to get over your symptoms and health concerns. Good luck ...Read more

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Is there any treatment for vasomotor instability?

Is there any treatment for vasomotor instability?

There may be: There is now a treatment for the vasomotor symptomatology associated with Menopause if this is what you are asking about! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more

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Vasomotor instability of the nervous system tingling goose bump like shiver feeling on right side of head when period started why does this occur?

Vasomotor instability of the nervous system tingling goose bump like shiver feeling on right side of head when period started why does this occur?

Form of Dysautonomia: Dysautonomia refers to a constellation of symptoms and signs that are related to malfunction of the autonomic nervous system. This is part of the body that regulates involuntary actions between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. Involuntary functions include things like heartbeat, breathing, digestion, and body temperature regulation. During menses these systems are activated. ...Read more

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Whatv are the causes and treatments used for vasomotor rhinitis pls?

Whatv are the causes and treatments used for vasomotor rhinitis pls?

Irritation: The diagnosis of vasomotor rhinitis is made when allergies have been ruled out. It is triggered by irritation of the nasal mucosa often by odors and other environmental triggers such as changes in the barometric pressure. First line treatment would be a nasal steroid spray. ...Read more

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What is vasomotor rhinitis?

What is vasomotor rhinitis?

Anything else: Allergic rhinitis is rhinitis symptoms (congestion, runny nose, sneezing, postnasal drainage) from allergens (plant pollen, mold spores, dust mites). Vasomotor rhinitis is usually caused by irritants: strong smells, smoke, dust, changes in temperature and humidity, hot or spicy food, among others. ...Read more

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I suffer from vasomotor rhinitis. Help?

I suffer from vasomotor rhinitis. Help?

Vasomotor rhinitis: Vasomotor rhinitis is the old term for non-allergic, non-infectious rhinitis. So it is not allergies and not infections, but runny stuffy nose triggered by irritants such as temperature change, weather, smoke, perfume, etc. Avoidance is best, but not always practical. Topical nasal steroid sprays, the anticholinergic nasal spray atrovent nasal as well as astelin/astepro may all help. ...Read more

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What to do if I suffer from vasomotor rhinitis?

Get help: Accurate diagnosis is essential and depends on key elements of your history and testing to rule out allergy. Nasal antihistamines are most effective, alone or in combination with nasal steroid. ...Read more

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My vasomotor rhinitis is affecting my vision, what should I do?

My vasomotor rhinitis is affecting my vision, what should I do?

See an allergist: Vasomotor rhinitis doesn't affect vision, but some of the medications used to treat it might. Your eyesight is nothing to play around with - you need to get this checked out. If you're taking meds for it, see the person who prescribed it; if it's not under control, see an allergist. If you deal with the vasomotor rhinitis and the vision problems persist, see an ophthalmologist. ...Read more