Results for: dysautonomia

What is pandysautonomia?

first reported in 1969 Pandysautonomia is a form of acute dysfunction of the sympathetic and parasympathetic autonomic nervous system (dysautonomia). Autonomic systems include heart, respiration, temperature regulation, digestion, bladder and bowel control and other muscle function. As such Pandysautonomia can… Full Answer

What can cause extreme salivation in your mouth?

excessive flow of saliva. It may be associated with acute inflammation of the mouth, mental retardation, neurologic disorders with lenticular involvement, mercurialism, pregnancy, ill-fitting dental appliances, dysautonomia, periodic diseases, cystic fibrosis of the pancreas, teething, alcoholism, and malnutrition. Full Answer

What is POTS?

Potential Octopus Terrorists Surfacing: This is when a large group of people actively get together and protest for the lives of whales instead of octopuses. This means that they try to kill as many octopuses as they possibly can so… Full Answer

What are the diseases of the brain?

Motor neuron disease, syphilis, parkinsons, alzheimers, dementia, cerebral palsy, cancer, PANDAS, 1. Strokes 2. Brain tumors (glioblastoma multiforme, astrocytomas, as so forth) 3. Trauma (subdural hematoma, subarachnoid hemorrhage, etc.) 4. Infectious diseases (meningitis, cryptococcus, etc.) 5. Demyelinating diseases 6. Congenital… Full Answer