Study Points to More Effective Treatment than IV Infusions for Low Blood Volume in OI, POTS

The study revealed that both saline and ORS are effective in the short term treatment of OI. However, the ORS, with it's combination of sugars, potassium and sodium, was proven to be even more effective than the saline. While simple sodium can help raise blood volume, ORS still seems to be the better option, according to this study. Better yet, ORS is readily available, as well as affordable and it doesn't require a visit to an infusion center or the use of ports and is obviously much less invasive, providing fewer risks than any venipuncture.

Book Review: ‘Mast Cells United’ by Amber Walker

It appears my hot streak of finding amazing books and products continues with this book review on Mast Cells United: A Holistic Approach to Mast Cell Activation Syndrome by Amber Walker. Ms. Walker was kind enough to give me a copy so I could review it for my readers and let me tell you, this book is as essential to mast cell activation disorder patients as Jeannie Di Bon's Hypermobility Without Tears is to people with EDS and HSD.

See Ya, Tremors! Bye-Bye Brain Fog!

Parasym Plus is exactly what I needed at that moment. I noticed a difference in my fatigue levels on day one. On day 2, my inflammation dropped dramatically. I lost 7 pounds in the first 24 hours. It makes perfect sense. Ten extra pounds showed up on the scale when I arrived home from my 1200 mile trip, so I know exactly where that weight came from; it was inflammation caused by all those triggers. It only took 24 hours for my GI swelling to decrease, making it possible for my GI tract to begin functioning almost normally within just a few days.