Increased Sympathetic Nervous Activity and its Treatment

Sympathetic Nervous Activity:  Sympathetic Nervous System is a part of our Autonomous Nervous System which we can’t control voluntarily. Our Sympathetic Nervous Activity(SNA) is increased when our brain feels that our body is in some sort of danger or stress. It increases our heart rate and blood pressure and reduced digestion. If your SNA is triggered more then you are more prone to heart diseases.

Sympathetic Nervous Activity Symptoms:

  • Sweating

  • Increased heart Rate

  • Increased Blood Pressure

  • Pupil Dilation

  • Increased Kidney Secretion

  • Dizziness

  • Swallowing Problems

  • Shaking

  • Digestive Disorders

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrhoea

  • Impotence

  • Depersonalisation

  • Repetitive Thoughts

  • Restless Legs

  • Nausea

Sympathetic Nervous Activity Causes: SNA is triggered when our body is in some type of danger or stress. Inactive and Obese people are more prone to this disease. If SNA happens for long duration, then it can harm your brain as well, which can cause Hypertension and Mood Swings.

Sympathetic Nervous Activity Treatment: Treatment is unique for each patient. It includes both medication and physical therapy.

Sympathetic Nervous Activity Medicine: Beta blocker medication. (Consult a Doctor before starting Medication)

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