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  1. Haven't tried -- I thought the issue might be more the reverberation of the sound waves throwing off the rhythm of my heart instead of it being a sensory processing issue. I might try ear plugs, though I have low level anxiety about doing things that might be triggers
  2. Not at my own home, but a friend of mine has a pretty sweet home theater system and that can set me off, though not as strongly as a 'real' theater. (He was actually very proud of this, I think it's his goal to have a theater grade system in his basement XD)
  3. Hey guys, I'm new here and just got an official dysautonomia diagnosis in June of 2018 after 2 years of symptoms. Based on my reading and other peoples' experience, I think my worst "attacks" (nausea, rapid heart rate, light headedness, shivering) are caused by adrenaline surges. I am a HUGE movie fan. I've noticed, though, that I almost always have an attack when I try to see a movie in theaters. Usually it's within the first few minutes, but sometimes I'll have multiple attacks. Does anyone have an issue like this? Or heard of it? I saw something last fall t
  4. Thermoregulation (your body's internal temperature control) is an autonomic system and can fritz out with dysautonomia. I have a hard time with temperature, but typically only warmer temps. My buddy just can't cool down. I started having an "attack" once in a restaurant because it was a little warm. My body felt like the temperature was fine but I started to have heat stroke symptoms. I rushed outside where it was cooler and was instantly fine. I have to be very aware of temperature. My dysautonomia specialist said it was common -- especially in those with nerve damage like myself.
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