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What causes dysautonomia (dysfunction of autonomic nervous system)?

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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
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In brief: Dysautonomia

Several, such as diabetes, autoimmune disorders, connective tissue diseases, parkinson's disease, lyme disease, hereditary, injury to brain or spinal cord.

In brief: Dysautonomia

Several, such as diabetes, autoimmune disorders, connective tissue diseases, parkinson's disease, lyme disease, hereditary, injury to brain or spinal cord.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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Dr. Michael Rothman
Internal Medicine

In brief: High and low BS

One of the biggest culprits in autonomic dysfunction is fluctuating blood sugars (bs)if the bs is too low your sympathetic nervous system will be stimulated, if the bs is too high, your parasympathetic nervous system will be stimulated.
By keeping bs stable you can reduce dysautonomia.

In brief: High and low BS

One of the biggest culprits in autonomic dysfunction is fluctuating blood sugars (bs)if the bs is too low your sympathetic nervous system will be stimulated, if the bs is too high, your parasympathetic nervous system will be stimulated.
By keeping bs stable you can reduce dysautonomia.
Dr. Michael Rothman
Dr. Michael Rothman
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