POTS And Living With The Symptoms
Although many people don’t consider POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) a medical condition, millions of people around the world are looking for relief from symptoms. When simple tasks become hard to do, it can affect your quality of life as a whole. Symptoms such as dizziness, shortness of breath, and sleep disorders can make regular activity an exhausting challenge. Below, we’ve laid out some facts related to POTS in the United States.
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“I remember feeling shocked and insulted that my dramatic symptoms were being dismissed and misunderstood. Has this ever happened to you?”
– Diana Driscoll, OD
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Rachel Anne's Story
“I’ve been feeling very well. I’ve been able to be more active with my children, garden, work on my hobbies, go out with friends, run, work out a little, drive 2 hours where before I could only drive 30 minutes. I’ve only had one episode, my breathing is better, I’ve gotten several comments on how well I look now. I’m less agitated, have more energy, and my memory seems to be improving already. I now have NORMAL days in a row rather than one here and there.“
“I have never had so much attention paid to Morgan and me, even if you add up all her doctors’ visits together. The things that we found and discovered while we were here were because POTS Care went all the way back to the beginning of Morgan’s journey.”
“I got immediate relief for constipation, surprisingly. Also, the energy that I had, I mean I can feel it today… I feel really focused and the mental clarity I have…”
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