Now that our girl is having less trouble with symptoms caused by Orthostatic Intolerance (woohoo still on cloud nine over this one!) I’m starting to think about what else I can do to make her more comfortable and help her heal. As I’ve written before I try to make sure she gets the right food (sometimes just ANY food) and doesn’t do too much. At the moment I’m concerned she is overtaxing her brain keeping up with the maths homework load she has but she has a 4 day weekend starting in 2 days so aiming for her to have a restful time then and hoping that will be enough.
Tonight Research 1st published a great article by Alan Pocinki, MD, FACP from George Washington University Hospital. You can read it here. He includes some enlightening individual charts that highlight the problems individuals with CFS have as result of the dysfunction of their ANS. A very interesting read that clearly sets out some of the main issues our girl’s body is struggling with. It has given me some food for thought about what else I can seek out to help her.
Anyhow, I just wanted to let you know about it! Hope the sun is shining where you are. : )