Faced fractures is the greatest risk people have disautonomy, failure nervous system autonomous central, which is responsible for regulating vital functions such as respiration and gastrointestinal system, explained a specialist.
In a statement, Gabriela Chavez, responsible for clinical nutrition at the Juarez del Centro Medical Unit in Mexico City, explained that people with these disorders can break "because when blood pressure decreases, the frequency decreases in heart and disturbs."
He explained that the main symptoms include tachycardia, dizziness, weakness or fatigue, cognitive impairments and blurred vision.
He said that about 70 million people in the world suffer from disauta, although Mexico has no information on the incidence of this disease.
Chavez indicated that this condition can be classified as primary and secondary disautonomy.
"In primary disautonomy, the causes are not known, while secondary disautaution occurs as a result of autoimmune diseases," he said.
A person with disautonomy, she added, should not last long, and if it is, it must move and fold the muscles of the arm, leg, and butt to stimulate blood circulation and prevent fading.
In addition, he recommended that patients eat every two or three hours in small portions, reduce the consumption of simple sugars, such as soft drinks and cakes, care for salt catch and remain hydrated with various liquids, such as coconut water, mineral water and juices . Prevent symptoms from getting worse.
However, he said, it is not recommended to wash simple water in large quantities, but swallow with water throughout the day to moisturize the body.
Chavez stressed that consumption of caffeine is limited to disautonomy; However, there are patients who can not start their day without a cup of coffee.
He said that even if you take something that has a diuretic effect such as coffee, if some foods are being replaced, the result is changing, because dilates do not allow the body to eliminate so much water.