Tag Archives: Dysoxic Dysautonomia

Basics of Dysautonomia – Dysfunctional Autonomic Nervous System

Majid Ali, M.D. Autonomic nervous system (ANS) is a part of the nervous system which directly or indirectly affects the structure and functions of nearly all body organs. Dysfunctions of the autonomic nervous system (dysautonomia) is caused by toxicities of food, environment, and thought. What binds the effects of all such toxicities together in the final analysis is dysfunctional oxygen metabolism.

Read more

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

Read more