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My daughter has EDS and POTS. Watching her grow up is awe-inspiring.

We’re introducing our Caretaker Perspective Series, a group of blogs that share the experiences of people who care for patients with dysautonomia and POTS. Here, Stacey Greenberg, whose daughter manages...

12 02 2019
Amber’s Experience with Vitassium and Adrenal Insufficiency

This is a guest post by Amber, who blogs about her journey with adrenal insufficiency at Clearly Alive. Do you have your own story to share? Reach out to us here.  I...

28 12 2018
How Does the Sodium-Glucose Pump Work? (And Other Questions)

In this blog post, we answer salt-related questions often asked by dysautonomia patients. Read to learn about the kidneys, the sodium-glucose pump and potassium intake. Many dysautonomia patients and their...

13 03 2018
The Three Hormones That Regulate your electrolyte levels hormones that regulate electrolytes

Hormones are key to understanding the hydration process, and what to do when that process breaks down. Every endurance athlete knows the blissful feeling of satisfaction that arrives after a...

15 02 2018
Seven Activities We Enjoyed at the Dysautonomia International Conference in 2017

This past weekend, a few of our team members attended the fifth annual Dysautonomia International Conference in Washington D.C. With over 600 guests, this was the largest conference on autonomic...

19 07 2017
SaltStick’s Experience at the Fourth-Annual Dysautonomia International Conference

This past weekend, we attended the Fourth Dysautonomia International Annual Conference in Washington D.C., where we met patients, families, friends and medical professionals who work to alleviate symptoms and conduct...

21 07 2016
Fueling for Exercise with Dysautonomia

SaltStick has helped endurance athletes compete at the highest levels for years, by making it easy to replace the full spectrum of electrolytes lost through sweat. Additionally, the hydration benefits provided...

27 06 2016
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