Vascular vegetative dystonia. Massage, diet, exercises help

It cannot be claimed that vascular vegetative dystonia is a disease in itself – usually it is a consequence of some other disease or damage in the body.

There are quite a few factors that can provoke dystonia:
* increased impressionability, sensitivity and vulnerability:

* thin (asthenic) body structure;

* hormonal changes in the body (age of transition, pregnancy, lactation and climacteric period);

* stress, physical and emotional overload;

* frequent colds, any infectious diseases;

* consumption of alcoholic beverages and smoking.

However, stress is the most common cause of dystonia.

Admitted dystonia threatens with complications such as panic attacks. If the patient is in a crowded place, he begins to lack air, blood pressure rises rapidly, the heart beats rapidly and strongly, and cold sweat appears. And all this is accompanied by a strong tremor and fear of death.

Short of air…
Depending on the cause, dystonia can manifest itself in different ways. The most pronounced manifestations:

* a feeling of lack of air (especially in stuffy, unventilated rooms, where the dystonic person may even lose consciousness);

* yawning and wanting to sigh;

* periodic pain in the heart, heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmia);

* increased feeling of anxiety, unreasonable fear;

* poor cold tolerance (increased freezing and, as strange as it may seem, palms and feet sweat);

* regular headaches.

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