Dysautonomia, a complex neurological disorder, affects an estimated 70 million people worldwide.
This condition arises when the autonomic nervous system (ANS) responsible for regulating many involuntary bodily functions, malfunctions.
The ANS controls heart rate, breathing, digestion, temperature and other essential processes.
When dysautonomia disrupts these functions, individuals experience a wide range of symptoms
often leading to misdiagnosis and delayed treatment.
The ANS, the body's "automatic pilot," functions without conscious thought
maintaining homeostasis and adapting to changing conditions.
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