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Caption reads chronic illness flares in the fall and has a woman laying in a pile of orange and brown leaves. The NormaLyte logo is at the bottom
We look forward to the seasons changing over in the fall autumn months.  October seems to be the month when things start to change.  Leaves begin to turn vibrant colors of orange, red, and yellow.  The air becomes a little...
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Woman standing on a scale, captions reads "Eating Disorders and POTS: A Correlation" | NormaLyte ORS Oral Rehydration Salts Electrolytes
Eating Disorders and POTS: A Correlation In the world of dysautonomia, you may know that there are comorbidities that can exist for varying disease states.  For instance, if you have POTS there’s a large chance you also have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome,...
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Image is a black background with hands collecting water.  Caption reads "Dehydration and oral rehydration salts" with the NormaLyte logo at the bottom.
We talk a lot about how oral rehydration salts can help people with chronic illnesses.  This is true, especially for people who are chronically dehydrated.  But, what about acute illnesses like colds, covid, stomach bugs and other viruses?  The answer...
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Having POTS: Fear of Fainting | Image is a woman who has fainted | NormaLyte ORS Electrolyte
Living with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) is a curveball in life that may make you feel helpless.  There are a lot of symptoms of POTS that can make living life to the fullest more difficult.  One of the symptoms...
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Should I Take a Bath or Shower With POTS? | Woman with POTS standing after a shower wrapped up in a green towel holding a steel tumbler of NormaLyte.
It’s a question a lot of people with POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) will ask themselves.  Should I shower or should I take a bath?  Which will be better for me?  The answer isn’t easy either.   We have already talked...
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