Tackling your first triathlon? Even the best triathletes in the world started somewhere — and made their share of rookie mistakes.
You’ll be able to submit all your questions. We’ll answer as many questions as we can in the hour and a half, free, online webinar. Whether it’s questions on medication, new treatment, research, or just managing day-to-day symptoms feel free to send your questions directly to PotsResearchGroup@Yahoo.com with the subject “QUESTION” in the email.
f you haven’t been keeping your own organized version of your medical history, you’ll experience this kind of curiosity every time you’re in a doctor’s office. What do those files say? Do they have my entire medical history? Does this doctor know about my appointment last week with the specialist? Does he have the full history of my illness?
One of the major symptoms of Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome is something called heat intolerance. Many POTS patients can’t regulate their body’s core temperature, causing periods of excessive heat to induce fainting, nausea, and extreme dehydration. As the summer begins, make sure to read over these few tips on how to protect yourself from heat.