22 Gift Ideas For People With POTS

Gift ideas for someone with POTS

Hey there! You’ve probably landed on this page because you know someone with POTS and you need awesome gift ideas. Or, maybe you have POTS and you want to put some new items on your wish list for friends and family. Whatever the case may be, you’ve come to the…

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Flying With POTS: Tips to Get Through the Flight

tips for flying with POTS

Between taking four flights for my honeymoon and flying for a work trip recently, I’ve flown more this year than I ever have. In fact, I only flew for the first time a few years ago because I’m terrified of flying! Besides the fear and anxiety, having POTS can also…

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The Levine Protocol For Exercising With POTS

the Levine Protocol

Exercising is one lifestyle change you can make to treat Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS). You may be groaning, or you may be cheering, depending on how you view exercise. If you hate exercising, hear me out. Exercise is arguably one of the most beneficial lifestyle changes you can implement…

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My Top POTS Triggers To Avoid

POTS triggers and what makes POTS worse

In my four years of having a POTS diagnosis, I’ve learned (sometimes the hard way!) what can make my POTS worse. Knowing these POTS triggers, like the summer heat, dehydration, and my menstrual cycle, has helped me adapt to a lifestyle where I’m prepared for these triggers or avoid them…

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June 17 Was a Fairytale: I Got Married

Getting married with POTS

Hello, friends! Sorry for the long pause in writing, but I got married in June and then went on a two-week honeymoon to Italy and I am just feeling caught up on sleep enough to sit down and write again. Some of you requested a post on my wedding and…

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POTS Diet and Nutrition Tips You Need to Know

POTS diet and nutrition tips

Hi, friends! I have POTS diet tips woven throughout different blog posts, but I don’t have one post dedicated to compiling all these diet tips in one neat and tidy place. Plus, I’m really interested in nutrition and how what you eat can fuel and nourish your body. So I…

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My Experience With an IUD for Endometriosis

my experience with an IUD for endometriosis

Curious about what it’s like to have an IUD? In this blog, I’ll share my experience with an IUD for endometriosis (endo), which I can sum up in just one word: painful. There was not a single pain-free stretch of time longer than one week in my entire yearlong experience…

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