What Is Dysautonomia?

By james
Reviewed: Dr. Gromatzky
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2. Causes

When dysautonomia happens, it is often down to another medical condition. These conditions are sometimes caused by an accident or a medical condition that damages the body. They can also be inherited, meaning the patient is born with the condition. They are also sometimes caused by degenerative diseases.

One potential cause of dysautonomia is Parkinson’s disease, which tends to happen in older people. It can also be caused by rheumatoid arthritis, and multiple sclerosis is another potential cause. Diabetes mellitus is another potential cause, as is celiac disease, which is a type of autoimmune condition that is triggered by gluten.


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