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Millie3322

77d

What helps the constant “blood is leaving my brain” feeling? For instance work seems to trigger it A LOT…. About to start a new job and I don’t want this to keep happening to frequently.

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    • AccomplishedTrash

      73d

      For me, when things trigger my Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), my POTS symptoms get worse. Stress is a known trigger for MCAS and I can imagine a job would be stressful. Perhaps you could try working on stress reduction techniques like yoga, meditation, journaling, a daily walk in sunshine, etc. That stuff helps me a ton when I do them more regularly!

    • AccomplishedTrash

      73d

      For me, when things trigger my Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS), my POTS symptoms get worse. Stress is a known trigger for MCAS and I can imagine a job would be stressful. Perhaps you could try working on stress reduction techniques like yoga, meditation, journaling, a daily walk in sunshine, etc. That stuff helps me a ton when I do them more regularly!

    • xoliviacx

      76d

      For me personally, I notice staying hydrated enough and taking as many breaks as I need to helps a lot! Take your time with it, also wishing you luck with your new job :)

      • Millie3322

        76d

        @xoliviacx thank you!

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