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  1. by Chelsea Goldstein, Dysautonomia Information Network Learning of your new diagnosis can be overwhelming under any circumstances. Learning of your new diagnosis that no one has heard of, let alone understands, can trigger complex feelings and reactions. If you are reading this article, you have likely been diagnosed with dysautonomia recently or many years ago, or know someone who has. Prior to your diagnosis, you may have spent years searching for explanations for your symptoms. And during that search, you could have been told those symptoms are "all in your head" or "you're too y
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