For many years, I have VSD, periodically there is a heartbeat, nausea, pressure jumps. Many people write that this is not a diagnosis and that it is necessary to be examined, tell me what to examine first?
I have also heard the opinion more than once that this is not a diagnosis. Although they put it on some serious cabbage soup in some clinic))
Basically, in the previous answer, everything was described in sufficient detail. At one time, I also began to run to doctors, told my symptoms, but NOBODY even suggested that it was a neurosis, not a disease. Not the fact that this is your case. But at the same time, it is possible that in the physical sense you are absolutely healthy, and all manifestations like nausea and strong heartbeats are psychosomatics.
I might not write an answer, because earlier the person had painted everything good, but still I want to clarify - are you tormented by anxiety, stress? Does it throw you out of sleep? Or maybe you have panic
Panic attack in most cases (if there are no spinal disorders) is the root cause of VSD. Check the spine for at least the absence of cervical osteochondrosis or pinching. Vegetovascular dystonia is a manifestation of disorders in the autonomic nervous system, usually as a result of a panic attack or severe stress. It arises from the trigger of similar situations and the fear that this disorder will appear, in essence, an ordinary conditioned reflex.
A variant of self-relieving VSD and the causes of this symptom complex is to learn self-regulation through self-hypnosis and self-hypnosis. An option for eliminating VSD through a specialist is hypnocorrection or hypnotherapy.
Yes, indeed, VSD (vegetative-vascular dystonia) is essentially not a diagnosis, but a symptom complex associated with a violation of the autonomic system. The problem of the VSD is that a real disease can be hidden under it.
To find out the causes of the VSD, diagnostics should include:
1) Complete blood count, urine, blood biochemistry;
2) Consultation of a cardiologist, ECG, ultrasound of the heart;
3) Consultation of a gastroenterologist, FGDS, ultrasound of the abdominal cavity with nausea, vomiting, heaviness in the epigastrium;
4) Consultation of a neurologist, a spine scan, ultrasound of the vessels of the neck and brain in case of headache, dizziness, body aches;
5) Consultation of an endocrinologist, blood for hormones in case of hair loss, dry skin, irritability, depression, etc.;
6) Blood for antibodies to helminths and infections + C-reactive protein for joint pain.
Only after a complete examination and exclusion of organic pathology you can prescribe adequate treatment for VSD.