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Five Ways To Hydration This October

October is Dysautonomia Awareness Month
It's time to #MakeNoiseForTurquoise

In fact, On October the first, Dysautonomia International hosted a Celebration on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls to mark the beginning of Dysautonomia Awareness Month, and they lit the falls a beautiful shade of turquoise.

So in honor of this beautiful month of October, I thought I'd write a Dysautonomia themed post.
My form of Dysautonomia is POTS.

Yanno, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.  Duh.

Anyhoo, for many of us with POTS, hydration is a way of life.   When we think POTS, we think salt and water, and awful compression tights, and a whole lot of fainting.  

Before I get into my hydration tips, PLEASE understand that I am not now, nor have I ever been a doctor.  I am not qualified to give medical advice.  What follows is simply my experience as someone with Dysautonomia, and what I have heard from other people with Dysautonomia.  PLEASE, discuss all treatments with your doctor before …