“It sounds crazy, but it’s true”: how a girl with an allergy to gravity lives

“It sounds crazy, but it’s true”: how a girl with an allergy to gravity lives

01.09.2022 0 By admin

Lindsey is now taking special drugs that lower her heart rate. Thanks to them, nausea disappeared from her life, and fainting became no more than 3 times a day. Yes, this did not change her life much, but her mental state became much better.

It is reported that this disease is typical for women from 15 to 50 years old, and can manifest itself after injuries, pregnancy, poisoning, and other diseases. There is still no cure for POT, but the condition can be improved with lifestyle changes that affect blood pressure, such as avoiding caffeine and alcohol.