6/15 IS THE SELF-PROCLAIMED DYSAUTONOMIA DAY, AS IT TYPICALLY TAKES 6 YEARS TO DIAGNOSIS, BUT WITH PROPER TRAINING, THAT TIME COULD BE REDUCED TO AS LITTLE AS 15 MINUTES | The Dysautonomia Project

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6/15 IS THE SELF-PROCLAIMED DYSAUTONOMIA DAY, AS IT TYPICALLY TAKES 6 YEARS TO DIAGNOSIS, BUT WITH PROPER TRAINING, THAT TIME COULD BE REDUCED TO AS LITTLE AS 15 MINUTES

Each year we will acknowledge this date on the calendar (June 15 or 6/15) to bring awareness. We can reduce the time to diagnosis through education of our medical community. Have you joined us in spreading our 6/15 message?

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May 5, 2017

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  1. How do I become more involved with any of your projects and a resourceful and Help to spread the word about Dysautonomia. I am a member of many support groups on Facebook. Many people come to me for encouragement, inspiration, motivation, and reminders that it is OK not to be OK all the time. No matter how bad we think we have it, someone has it worse. Besides, no one will ever have it as bad as My Jesus did! Everything happens for a reason. God gave me a blessing when He gave me Dysautonomia.

    At some time in our life growing up, we all ask or pray to God to give us something so our family and friends will not have to suffer. He answered my prayers by giving the blessing of Dysautonomia. He gave me this to, not only get closer to Him, but also to help others from my home. I have talked to people all over the world. From Australia to a former coworker and a friend I graduated high school with, I have talked to many people who are affected by Dysautonomia. It affects us all; from our families, our friends, our coworkers, even strangers. All illnesses do.

    I will be humbled if you would allow me to share my testimony of this blessing God has blessed me with!

    Oh, by the way, I am not Jewish nor have Jewish ancestors. I am not a child or a female. I am not bed ridden, yet, nor bound to a wheelchair. That will be God’s call. If that is in His Plan for me, I will accept it and continue to share His Word along with the facts about Dysautonomia.

    “Sometimes God takes us into deep waters not to drown us, but to cleanse us.” – Unknown

    “My Lifeguard can walk on water!” – Unknown

    “Our current situation is not our final destination.” – Unknown

    “God gave me a big mouth to help me provide others information about POTS and Dysautonomia.”

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