Dizzy spells. The function of the autonomic system is to maintain blood pressure and integrety of the circulation. Although there are people whose autonomic systems malfunction without a reason, usually it is due to a neuropathy from diabetes.
Various. Your autonomic nervous system (ANS) controls virtually all the organs and systems in your body. If your sympathetic nervous system (sns) hyper - you could have cold hands, palpitations, sweating, htn, dry mouth, constipation, dry eyes, dry mouth. If your parasympathetic (pns) is hyper, you could have urgent urination, diarrhea, gas, bloating, watery eyes, allergies, asthma, low blood pressure...
Other cause fr tachy. Pl see link for a brief overview of autonomic dysfunction which generally does not include tachycardia in this range. If this is usual heart rate it could indicate SVT necessitating a cardiac evaluation and treatment to slow down the heart rate as indicated.
Fast heart rate. Different types. Slow stomach movements. Lightheaded or passing out when you stand up. Sudden fast heart rate (one cause). Do you have excessive flexibility of the fingers? See an internist and show him this note.
Complex&Critical. Consult a cardiologist soon.
Do people with somatization or undifferentiated somatoform disorder's experience symptoms during sleep? Is it typical for a patient diagnosed with a somatoform disorder to experience symptoms of autonomic dysfunction while sleeping? The sleeping symptoms
Not. Not necessarily. I recommend that you sit down with the sleep specialist, to obtain the best explanation of for these issues. He or she can then give you direction about how next to proceed.
I. I also don't think it is typical for autonomic dysfunction to occur in people with somatoform disorders during sleep. It does happen; part of differential diagnoses and workup for somatoform disorders include screening for adrenal problems which are a source of adrenaline, heart problems like atrial fibrillation. It's been said that patients with these mental health conditions have high autonomic arousal.
Dysautonomia. Too many to list here. Please refer to the website referenced below. This is an excellent review of dysautonomia. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/dysautonomia dysautonomia (or autonomic dysfunction) is any disease or malfunction of the autonomic nervous system (ans).
It can be. Both large and small fiber neuropathies can be associated with liver cirrhosis, but the question is whether this is because of the etiology of the cirrhosis (such as chronic alcoholism) or because of the cirrhosis itself. Regardless, evaluation by a neurologist and electrophysiologic studies can clarify.
Would autonomic dysfunction/damage be easily diagnosed/recognized by a doctor? If so what symptoms would be apparent?
Autonomic dysfunctio. Not an easy diagnosis. Autonomic system consists of 2 components, sympathetic and parasympathetic. Both systems work in opposition through various receptors and neurotransmitters. Dysfunction of autonomic system may affect multiple systems of the body producing various symptoms. An internist with good understanding of autonomic nervous system can pin point the problem.
Might. Can cause rapid heartbeat rapid breathing light headedness.
Would a neurologist and cardiologist be able to diagnose an autonomic dysfunction or is it a difficult task? What symptoms would they look for?
More a neuro thing. Unless you have to exclude intrinsic heart disease. Autonomic dysfunction presents in many ways depending on which parts of the autonomic nervous system are affected. One typically looks at symptoms and goes backward from there (in neurology the key question is where is the lesion followed by what is the lesion). My typical lecture on the topic is split into two parts as the topic is vast.
Can a low vitamin D of 21 cause symptoms? I hear conflicting things on this. I also have controlled lupus &autonomic dysfunction. I fatigue easily.
Unlikely. While vitamin D level of 21 is lower than the optimum, it is not likely to be the cause of your symptoms. You may take 2000 units of vitamin D3 daily, For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex.