Too Hot, Too Cold, Too High, Too Low - Blame it on Dysautonomia!
- Many children and adults with mitochondrial disease complain of erratic symptoms that "don't make sense", such as heat intolerance, erratic blood pressure, dizziness, nausea, intermittent gut dysfunction, and more.
- These symptoms, while typically not life-threatening, are often the most troubling and affect a person's everyday quality of life the most.
Dysautonomia describes an inability of the autonomic nervous system to regulate "typical" body functions, and is the cause of many of these troubling and confusing symptoms.
For more information on Dysautonomia, go to DINET.org