Just letting you know I’ve updated my Electrolyte Drinks Mega-Review post with a couple more reviews. The first is for Repalyte, a flavour-free rehydration sachet which Ruth kindly sent me. It’s a handy alternative for those who cannot tolerate flavours or extra ingredients. The other is Aqualyte, an Australian-made product which proved a sugary disappointment. Check out my mega-review post for more!
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As my POTS progresses, I’ve been trialling various interventions to reduce the effect it has on my quality of life, and sharing my findings with you along the way. You can read about my attempts to increase fluid and salt in my electrolyte drink mega-review. This time I’m looking at compression stockings, one of the most commonly recommended lifestyle interventions for dysautonomia. Continue reading “Under pressure – compression garments & POTS”
Usually my POTS* is content to take the back stage and let ME/CFS run the show, but recently it has been asserting itself in a rather forceful manner. Sitting on raised chairs, showering and just existing seems to send my blood rushing from my head to my feet, leaving me spending a lot of time on the floor or against my dresser with my legs up to get that pesky blood back where it belongs.
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