Tag Archives: Dysautonomia

Is It Anxiety Or Sympathetic-Parasympathetic Imbalance?

  Majid Ali, M.D.   Anxiety and sympathetic-parasympathetic imbalance (dysauotonomia) have many clinical features in common among them. This is very importasnt for those who suffer from anxiety, They can identify and address the triggers for the nervous imbalance that cannot be talked just by talk therapy. In the video linked below I explain this point.        

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Pediatric Dysautonomia-Adolescent Dysautonomia-Adult Dysautonomia

Majid Ali, M.D.  Autonomic nervous system regulates heart rate, vascular tone, digestive-absorptive functions, sphincter activities, skin circulation, and many other body functions. Autonomic dysfunction is pervasive now and often goes unrecognized. In the past it was extremely uncommon to see children suffer from full-blown disruptions of the autonomic system. That has changed. Clinical Feature of Pediatric Dysautonomia  * Chest discomfort * Episodes

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