Vegetovascular dystonia (VVD) is not a disease, but a combination of various symptoms that occur against the background of a disruption in the normal functioning of the autonomic nervous system due to disruptions in neuroendocrine regulation. It is the most popular diagnosis among therapists. The symptoms of VSD arise or intensify against the background of the influence of various stresses. It is characterized by a benign course and a good prognosis. The disease has an undulating course with periods of exacerbation and remission.
The most common symptoms of VSD:
-Cardialgia (pain in the region of the heart) of various types, most often the pain is aching, monotonous, indistinctly localized, accompanied by a feeling of lack of air and frequent deep sighs
-Tachycardia (palpitations), periodically there are interruptions in the work of the heart, which are very frightening for patients
Shortness of breath and feeling short of breath
-Tearfulness, irritability, mood swings, general weakness, decreased ability to work (asthenic syndrome)
-Blood pressure fluctuations
-Poor heat and cold tolerance
-Dizziness and fainting
-Gastrointestinal disorders - nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, etc.
- A persistent rise in temperature that is not removed by antipyretics (drugs that lower the temperature).
Risk factors for vegetative vascular dystonia:
-Chronic and acute stressful situations
- Foci of chronic infection in the body (chronic tonsillitis, carious teeth, etc.)
-Traumatic injuries and diseases of the nervous and endocrine systems
-Exposure to negative environmental factors and working conditions (insolation, vibration, noise, emotional stress, etc.)
- Bad habits (smoking, alcohol)
-Failure to comply with sleep, rest and work
-Various eating disorders
Although the VSD is characterized by a benign course and a favorable prognosis, in some cases the disease is complicated - various vegetative crises develop (sympathetic-adrenal, vagoinsular, mixed, hyperventilating, hyperthermic, vegetative-vestibular). This course of the disease significantly reduces the patient's quality of life, but does not pose a danger to life.
At risk are:
- Persons with a hereditary predisposition to the development of VSD
-People who live in unfavorable material, sanitary and social conditions
-Persons who get tired at work (physically and mentally)
-People with diseases of the nervous and endocrine systems.
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