"Dysfunction Response Syndrome" New theories and proposals of what is now called dysautonomia

Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2024     |     PP. 259-268      |     PDF (178 K)    |     Pub. Date: June 23, 2021
DOI: 10.54647/cm32473    75 Downloads     1827 Views  

Author(s)

Dr. Luis Fernando García-Frade Ruiz, Internal Medicine Hospital, San Angel Inn del Sur, Mexico City

Abstract
Probably, a “brain at the limit” and its organic manifestation that could perhaps be called more appropriately as “REDIS”, represent from an integral point of view of the human being, the first entity with a clear relationship between what one feels, emotions, the brain, behavior and physical discomfort, a syndrome perhaps much broader to understand than the still so limited entity called dysautonomia today. Perhaps and it will be necessary to select the patients who require the tilt test, since the diagnosis can be made clinically, where through the adequate identification of the "triggers" and an adequate control of them, it can be achieved an improvement in the increasingly frequent patients with dysfunctional syndrome, where in many cases behavioral therapy will be required and perhaps in a still distant future the emotional reeducation of the individual will become possible.

Keywords
dysautonomia, Dysfunction Response Syndrome, REDIS, Brain at the limit

Cite this paper
Dr. Luis Fernando García-Frade Ruiz, "Dysfunction Response Syndrome" New theories and proposals of what is now called dysautonomia , SCIREA Journal of Clinical Medicine. Volume 9, Issue 1, February 2024 | PP. 259-268. 10.54647/cm32473

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