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  1. by Chelsea Goldstein, Dysautonomia Information Network Anxiety, similar to dysautonomia, is clouded by stigma and misunderstanding. You may have encountered the female hysteria stereotype at some point, and you may have even experienced judgement due to this label or others like it. Unfortunately, many people with misunderstood health conditions, such as dysautonomia, are hesitant to openly discuss anxiety because our symptoms are so often dismissed as "all in our head" and we are told we can solve them if we "just relax". Even more, many medical professionals don't understand how t
  2. <p>http://jnnp.bmj.com/content/80/3/339.abstract/reply#jnnp_el_4620</p>
  3. <p>http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=15345789</p>
  4. I know I rave about Magnesium all of the time . I started taking it due to an off-hand remark that my allergist (from Mayo) made. He was commenting that I needed to better treat my autonomic stuff. I shared my frustration and asked WHAT was left to try. He said, "Magnesium is being used with amazing results." First I had ever heard of it. Since then, I have been using 500mg of magnesium oxide every night. If you've never used it before, beware. It is a fabulous sleep aid. Only take it in the PM, right before you are ready to sleep. Used over time, my body has adapted, somewhat, but it still
  5. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/02/120214134938.htm "Scientists know that stress elevates the levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines (signaling molecules used in intercellular communication) and promotes hyper-excitable conditions within the central nervous system. This hyper-excitability is thought to be a factor in epilepsy, autism and anxiety disorders."
  6. Autonomic nervous system (ANS) — The part of the nervous system that supplies nerve endings in the blood vessels, heart, intestines, glands, and smooth muscles, and governs their involuntary functioning. The autonomic nervous system is responsible for the biochemical changes involved in experiences of anxiety.
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