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The good news is that by making certain changes in your lifestyle, you can reduce the likelihood of your children developing the condition.
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The job of the hypothalamus, which is situated in the brain, is to regulate metabolism and release neurohormones. It also assists with hunger, thirst, sleep, energy levels, body temperature, and circadian rhythm.
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Interestingly, many people with POTS also have MCAS. POTS, or Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, is a condition that results in an unusually fast heart rate (tachycardia) when transitioning from lying down to standing up.