What is Dysautonomia? Dysautonomia is most often a type of neuropathy, damage to nerves, affecting those that carry information from the brain and spinal cord to the heart, bladder, intestines, sweat glands, pupils and blood vessels. This video makes this disorder much easier to understand. Please take a few minutes to watch it. Examples of … Continue reading What is Autoimmune Dysautonomia?
I wrote a blog post about how Lupus can affect the heart. One of my followers asked the question about the link between Lupus and high cholesterol. I find this topic interesting since autoimmune disorders can affect just about every function of the body. So, I started researching this topic and this is what I found.
While I was doing research for a new blog post I found this term "hygiene hypothesis", so I decided to investigate and see what it had to do with autoimmune disorders. I found the information interesting and that this isn't a new term. This has been around since the late 80's.