Orthostatic Hypotension - Dizzy when you stand up

Orthostatic Hypotension – Dizziness when you Stand Up

Understanding Orthostatic Hypotension: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Strategies Orthostatic hypotension (OH) is a condition characterized by a sudden drop in blood pressure when an individual stands up quickly. This drop can lead to dizziness, lightheadedness, or even fainting. The physiological mechanism that typically causes an increase in blood pressure upon standing fails in individuals with…

Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis: Natural Treatment beyond the Diagnosis

Understanding Multiple Sclerosis: An Autoimmune Condition of the Central Nervous System Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a complex autoimmune condition that primarily affects the central nervous system (CNS). This debilitating disease is characterized by the degeneration of neural tissue, which can be identified through MRI scans. Patients with MS experience a variety of sudden and strange…

What causes Toe Walking?

What to know about Toe Walking

What to know about Toe Walking Toe walking is a common but abnormal condition that most commonly appears during early childhood. It associated with a variety of neurological and brain developmental disorders. Toe walking is causes by dysfunction of the proprioceptive system. Proprioception is the body’s internal sense of balance and coordination. The major players…

Vestibular Migraine

Is it Dizziness, Vertigo or Vestibular Migraines?

Vestibular migraines are a combination of headaches, migraines, dizziness and vertigo. Migraines come in a wide assortment of categories (e.g., classic, atypical, cluster, etc) and involve a range of symptoms: nausea visual disturbances (e.g., aura, snow, stars, etc) autonomic dysfunction vestibular dysfunction (e.g., dizziness or vertigo) It can be terribly frustrating for people experiencing vestibular…