Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome bites the dust!

Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a condition where a person's heart rate elevates rapidly when going from seated to standing. POTS occurs because blood vessels don't tighten rapidly enough when you stand quickly. It's a form of autonomic dysfunction that causes blood to pool in the legs and the brain receives inadequate blood flow. … Continue reading Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome bites the dust!

Chronic fatigue syndrome gone with circadian optimization

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome(ME/CFS) is a disorder defined by a cluster of symptoms with no known medical cause.  This cluster of symptoms always includes fatigue and exercise intolerance, but may also include digestive abnormalities, sleep problems, and pain.  As of 2015, it's believed that between 836,00-2.5 million people suffer from ME/CFS. Unfortunately, there is no cure … Continue reading Chronic fatigue syndrome gone with circadian optimization