For people dealing with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome or P.O.T.S., sometimes the most challenging part can be getting the diagnosis. This condition is sometimes referred to as the most common condition you've never heard of, though its prevalence does not diminish the frustration of … [Read more...] about Recognizing P.O.T.S.
Dysautonomia can cause brain fog, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardial Syndrome (POTS), dizziness, pain, cold extremities, sweating, digestive issues, anxiety, sleep issues, digestive issues, heart rate instability, difficulty breathing, ringing in the ears, and much more. In neurology the nervous … [Read more...] about Dysautonomia, Chiropractic Neurology, the Autonomic Nervous System
Do you sometimes see blood pooling in your limbs after you stand up or sit down, or do you feel tired, or shaky every not and then? Maybe sometimes you feel like fainting or have low blood pressure? This lethargy occurs when your body is suffering from P.O.T.S (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia … [Read more...] about P.O.T.S – A Disorder That Takes Years to Diagnose
Everywhere you turn, people are talking about the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, the disease caused by this coronavirus outbreak. Many states have issued stay-at-home or shelter-in-place orders. While the daily news explains how to stop the spread of the disease, it can be difficult to understand. … [Read more...] about Seeking Care During COVID-19
Whether you suffer from them or not, surely you have heard the term migraine headache. Meniere’s disease is a much lesser known condition although it affects nearly 90 million people, and has had some recent press as Huey Lewis of Huey Lewis and the News has publicly spoken out about his struggle … [Read more...] about Migraine, Meniere’s or Both?
For those suffering from any one of the many neurological conditions that are prevalent today, the symptoms associated can make life more difficult. For those experiencing anxiety and depression related to their neurological condition, leading a happy and productive life can be especially … [Read more...] about Neurological Conditions and Depression – How to Manage Them
When and Why You Should Do It Have you ever forgotten someone’s name or why you walked into a room? A little forgetfulness is completely normal and a fact of our very busy lives. But if you are experiencing memory lapses that are more significant, like forgetting basic skills, asking the same … [Read more...] about Screening for Memory Problems
Migraine headaches are much more than "just a headache". Often debilitating in nature, these severe types of headaches bring a whole host of symptoms that make everyday tasks seem impossible while the headache is occurring. Migraines are quite common as well; approximately 12 percent of adults in … [Read more...] about Migraine Treatment for Kids and Teens
It is no secret that exercise has long-lasting benefits for the body and those benefits extend to the brain as well. Though you might have heard the brain referred to as the largest muscle in the body, the brian actually isn’t a muscle at all but a complex organ that plays a vital role in nearly … [Read more...] about Exercise, For the Sake of Your Brain