Domestic doctors are very fond of explaining many ailments by the vague diagnosis of "vegetative-vascular dystonia". Is this a real illness or more a fiction?

Domestic doctors are very fond of explaining many ailments by the vague diagnosis of "vegetative-vascular dystonia". Is this a real illness or more a fiction?

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Answer 1
January, 2021

Roman, at the moment, I am writing an article on this topic, where I will describe in detail everything about the VSD as simply as possible.

VSD is when your illness has no physical causes.

The doctor puts the VSD when he confesses his helplessness.

VSD are treated by psychotherapists and psychologists in one or two consultations.

VSD is when the cause of your illness is an event from the past that is often negative, more often associated with fear that your psyche could not digest. It remains in you, you remember it with disgust, dislike and horror. Most likely, you do not even see the relationship.

It sounds strange, but this event is like a seed, it got into you and it needs to feed on something, it takes root, they can grow anywhere in the heart and it will start sending false signals to your brain, I'm not working properly, I'm sick, it's like water that gets into your car's alarm, will cause false alarms of the siren. It can take root anywhere in the leg, in the head, in the stomach, and it will hurt there. But the signals are false, you go to the doctor, my heart hurts, blood tests, EKGs do not find abnormalities, everything is normal, and the signals from the heart are false, I am sick, I am sick. The attitude to psychiatry and psychology in the country is extremely negative, doctors are embarrassed to say that you need a psychiatrist, they say you have an VSD, but what do you ask, oh it’s difficult to explain, they’ll answer that something is wrong with you drink valerian and afabazol, walk more often , do your exercises, let's go bye, it's my turn.

This is how it looks like. But there is good news, a competent psychologist cleans up the VSD in one or two consultations.

Write to me, I will definitely help.

Answer 2
January, 2021

This is not a completely vague diagnosis, and not a disease, but a certain condition in which there are health complaints, but upon careful examination, no reasons are found. For example, when tachycardia occurs, but no abnormalities were found on heart examination. In this case, tachycardia is a symptom that can later develop into a disease. Very often, meteosensitivity is attributed to the symptoms of VSD. Usually, with pressure drops and a sharp change in weather, a person does not feel well. You may have a headache, increase or decrease in pressure, etc. At first, it is a slight discomfort, which gradually develops into a problem. The vessels do not have time to react quickly, blood circulation is impaired and the VSD syndrome becomes a diagnosis, hypertension, for example. Therefore, these symptoms cannot be ignored!

People prone to VSD should:

• lead a healthy lifestyle

• give up bad habits

• fully rest and not forget about healthy sleep

• monitor the health of blood vessels. To restore and strengthen them, you can use vitamin C, rutin, as well as the Vasalamin peptide complex, which contains building proteins for blood vessels.

• eat right

• don't forget about physical activity

With proper attention to your health, you can significantly reduce the manifestations of VSD and prevent the development of serious diseases. Don't get sick!

Answer 3
January, 2021

This is not a disease, but a syndrome. The difference is that the disease has a specific cause, as well as a specific beginning and end. When diagnosing VSD, the doctor is formally right, because a lot of things fall under the VSD. But in fact, if this is not a preliminary diagnosis and you are not sent for an additional examination, then this is hack. I do not know and cannot imagine a single case when VSD would be the simplest and most correct diagnosis. Very often, with such a diagnosis, they are further examined by a neurologist, psychiatrist, cardiologist, endocrinologist. My advice is to see another therapist. In the best case, you will find out the cause and be cured; at worst, you will get the same thing or you will be lucky and the treatment for VSD will cure you. This can also be. At least, it's better than nothing.

I, too, once had a diagnosis of VSD and had specific manifestations - vegetative crises, for example. Then, when everything cleared up (the reasons were psychological), and I received appropriate treatment, the crises disappeared and did not appear for a year. This is despite the fact that the drugs for VSD helped me little.

Answer 4
January, 2021

Well, this is a purely domestic diagnosis, which is already interesting.

This is not a disease, but a syndrome. And most often - a diagnosis of impotence. I don't know what's wrong with you, I'll put the VSD.

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