Natural Treatment for Dysautonomia

| Modified on Aug 02, 2022
The Dysautonomia Project
Posted by SandyS (Palm Bay, FL) on 04/10/2022
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The Dysautonomia Project has published a book and has a website for this hard to diagnose condition. Their goal is to educate patients and general practitioners. Their website is One of the doctors that helped write the book, Dr. David Goldstein, MD, PhD will send a free copy of a separate book he wrote if you email [email protected] I'm just reading The Dysautonomia Project book, so I haven't emailed, but it was in the notes for the doctor profile. The book is very thorough and has lots of traditional and complementary treatments.

Posted by Jane (Nevada) on 12/04/2020

I have found the only thing that works for me is intermittent fasting and also doing an occasional water fast for 3 to 7 day water. Clean diet, daily meditation, detoxing the body via far-infrared sauna/Salt bath and acupuncture has helped me immensely however you have to be very disciplined with all of this. Just try.

Posted by Ioana M (Chicago) on 03/15/2022

For those that are looking for treatment for dysautonomia!! Have you tried functional neurology? They take a full person approach with an extensive initial exam of 3 hours that looks at EVERY symptom not just one. Here is the link to one of these offices! :

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Posted by Anie (Ny) on 01/23/2018 15 posts

I got allergy tested and went on a low histamine diet with help medically, avoiding high histamine foods and supplements or rotating them in slowly is key to healing the gut. In one day I had less pots in the am, that is when it hits me most, not sure why. Also at night before bed I have Golden milk, use the right milk not raw as it needs to be low histamine, read up on it, with tumeric and local raw honey, then follow it up with a heaping teapsoon of coconut oil. The higher the quality the better you are at healing. ORganic and non-gmo along with cold pressed items. Get to know what is low histamine and keep track of your food on chronometer to be sure you meet your needs. In less than a day I am feeling better. If your supplements are high histamine then only have them 1x a week and maybe double it, then go up to 2x a week, the idea is to heal the gut and rotate foods for good health. Dr Rapp had a good rotational diet, just have to watch those histamines. Prayers and blessings to you. Also find a way to exercise with docs okay, even if laying down or sitting at home as pots is well treated with exercise but it should be supervised and prescribed to prevent episodes. Good luck!

Posted by msmaia (usa east coast) on 02/14/2021

I want to make sure that the misinformation posted here is corrected. POTS is not for teenagers only. See article from NIH. "Anyone at any age can develop POTS, but the majority of individuals affected (between 75 and 80 percent) are women between the ages of 15 to 50 years of age. Some women report an increase in episodes of POTS right before their menstrual periods." - NIH

I developed POTS at age 44, I am now 47 and still have it. I also did a pole in a large pots group and was surprised to see a surprising amount of potsies 40-60. It's important that people are aware because I went 2 years not knowing what was wrong with me.

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Posted by Steve (Fl) on 05/14/2018

I was diagnosed with this condition over 13 years now which was confirmed by Mayo Clinic after numerous tests. The treatment for this condition from all conventional doctors was for the symptoms and not the root cause. I eventually tried a center for natural and integrative medicine and was immediately diagnosed with Epstein-barr virus along with deficient adrenals through blood tests and a saliva test. Treatment with anti-viral medication and adrenal support medication have significantly reduced my symptoms. I still have a long way to go in my recovery as this treatment needs to be followed for a year or two in order to eliminate this condition. You may want to explore this avenue and see if you can achieve relief from your symptoms.

God blessings.

Posted by Sam (Miami) on 06/28/2020
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Dysautonomia is a label, an umbrella for many syndromes. One won't find remedies for dysautonomia here. Dysautonomia international is the source for all your questions. True POTS, a type of dysautonomia, is an elevated heart rate upon standing that won't go back to normal while blood pressure remains normal. Blood pools into your legs when you stand. This is classic pots. Hypovolemia is often present, but it is not accepted by doctors since they don't measure the volume of blood, they say that based on your blood work you have no hypovolemia. Which is not a fact, but an assumption. Measuring blood volume could not be done at every clinic or hospital. Hypovolemia is probably secondary to autonomic dysfunction, but it could lead to a syncope..

If blood pressure drops, it is not POTS. POTS comes with many other debilitating symptoms. Not only teenagers get it. Cervical cancer vaccine causes POTS. Managing pots is very difficult. There is no one size fits all.

I have tried everything there's to try in alternative medicine field, from supplements to modalities, nothing worked for me. I have it for 10 years. Only atenolol allows me to semi function, but it only addresses heart rate elevation, not the other 50 symptoms that come with POTS.

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Posted by Heyjamieboy (New York ) on 12/22/2017
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Dysautonomia: Learning about this illness from Lyme disease:

  • feet are numb tingle
  • neck and head pain
  • mornings are hell with palpitations shortness of breath body ache.
  • Excessive urination at night, 1.5 liter or more
  • - exercise intolerance
  • colld and heat Intolerance
  • disturbed sleep
  • brutal pain. after sittting more than an hour

taking many supplements, eating clean

b vitamins nerve support

After leaky gut from Lyme

Loooking into plasma exchange and hyperbaric oxygen treatments

Desperate for help and feedback and support and ideas on anything

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Posted by Becky (Mi) on 05/12/2018

I also have dysautonomia. I have had 16 times of going to the hospital in 6 years.I first get vasovagal syncope, followed by excessive heat. I used to then have trouble breathing from AFIB followed by blood pressure dropping very very low, dehydration, low potassium and magnesium, then so many different things happen like ischemic colitis, hypothermia needing a bear blanket to bring myself back from 93 degrees. Last year I had a slight stoke. I eventually got a cardiac ablation and do not have AFIB anymore. But I am now very sensitive to things like midodrine, nitroglycerin, epinephrine, and 5HTP. My heart spasms and I actually died in the ambulance last year. No one wants to spend the time treating this and want to refer me to someone else. I have actually been referred to Mayo Clinic but even they refused me. If anyone has any ideas, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks

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Posted by Lou (Tyler, TX) on 08/01/2022

My spouse's BP dropped to 80/40 several times in the last 10 years or so. I keep Fritos on hand. I crush them up and put them in milk. He takes that by spoonfuls and his BP returns to normal in a short amount of time. He had an episode at a rest stop a couple of weeks ago while traveling. A Mountain Dew did the trick. Sodium.

Posted by Janet (Indiana) on 02/09/2016

P.O.T.S.Fluctuating blood pressure.... here is a great post from Ted that I found while researching A Fib and related heart issues Dysautonomia


Posted by Chantal (Milwaukee) on 06/02/2022

What kind of clean diet do you eat? Also what ratio of fasting do you do? How long did it take you to make it to 3 to 7 day fasting? I would pass out lol! Thanks

Posted by msmaia (usa east coast) on 02/14/2021

Thanks for mentioning Ted's post. It is very interesting, but I am curious. Is sodium nitrate safe? Is Ted saying to ingest it? I know nothing about chemistry but online it says it's poisonous. Has anyone Ted's remedy? if so, where to buy it?