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u/jimbofiggle · 3 pointsr/AskDocs

Here’s a comment on another post about POTS that I posted. I hope this helps you.

Not a doctor here but

https://www.dinet.org/forums/topic/9262-vitamin-b1-and-dysautonomia/

https://www.amazon.com/Thiamine-Deficiency-Disease-Dysautonomia-Malnutrition-ebook/dp/B073NCFNLX/ref=nodl_

Look up Dr.Derrick Lonsdale and read some of his books he goes in depth about the autonomic nervous system, POTS and dysautonomia.

Look at some of his studies posted on the NIH.

You came at the right time haha.

You can read the first 80 pages of that book free and probably will give you some insight.
If you want to get started, the type of thiamin he uses for b1 deficiency is TTFD which is a disulfide derivative of thiamin and has he ability to cross the blood brain barrier. You can grab it off amazon and the company that makes is called ecological formulas.

Take it with magnesium and your choice of B-Complex and your choice of multi vitamin.

I ain’t tryna sell nothin. I’m just trying to give some information that helped me.

By the way the paradox reaction is real, the first two days I stood up and almost blacked out twice but after a few days I felt amazing. Consider it a type of “re-feeding” Syndrome.

Before I started my blood pressure was 135/55 and the next day after I started it went to 110/65 but let me tell you even though that was a good blood pressure, it dropping 25 points in a day isn’t a nice feeling

It’s generally safe, but be careful. Always consult your physician, and show him the information and book.

Another thing to add POTS can be triggered by head injury and bad diet. Your body needs vitamin B1 badly during times of intense stress.