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What's the most effective way to treat dysautonomia?
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Dr. Ryan Cooley
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Multifaceted
Treatment should involve input from electrophysiology, neurology, exercise physiology and even pyschology.
Education is often the most effective. A rigorous exercise program in 1 study was effective. B-blockers, blood volume expanders (florinef), vasoconstrictors (midodrine), anti-depressants, Mestinon (pyridostigmine) are some of the medications that are used with degrees of success.

In brief: Multifaceted
Treatment should involve input from electrophysiology, neurology, exercise physiology and even pyschology.
Education is often the most effective. A rigorous exercise program in 1 study was effective. B-blockers, blood volume expanders (florinef), vasoconstrictors (midodrine), anti-depressants, Mestinon (pyridostigmine) are some of the medications that are used with degrees of success.
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