About Familial Dysautonomia

Neuropathy, Hereditary Sensory and Autonomic, Type Iii, also known as familial dysautonomia, is related to autonomic nervous system disease and insensitivity to pain, congenital, with anhidrosis, and has symptoms including constipation and diarrhea. An important gene associated with Neuropathy, Hereditary Sensory and Autonomic, Type Iii is ELP1 (Elongator Acetyltransferase Complex Subunit 1), and among its related pathways/superpathways are Chromatin organization and Signaling by Receptor Tyrosine Kinases. The drugs Carbidopa and Dopamine have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include skin, tongue and eye, and related phenotypes are hyperhidrosis and feeding difficulties in infancy

Major Symptoms of Familial Dysautonomia

Familial dysautonomia is a genetic disorder that primarily affects the nervous system. Some of the major symptoms include difficulty with attention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, and hyperthermia.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Familial Dysautonomia

Familial dysautonomia (hereditary dysautonomia) is a hereditary neurodevelopmental disorder that mainly affects motor function. Suitable lifestyle options for people with Familial dysautonomia include:

1. Moderate exercise: Patients with Familial dysautonomia usually have limited motor function, so moderate exercise can help maintain muscle strength and coordination and improve quality of life. Patients are advised to engage in low to moderate aerobic exercise, such as walking, jogging, swimming, etc.

2. Avoid excessive exercise: Excessive exercise can aggravate the patient's symptoms, so strenuous exercise and long-term continuous exercise should be avoided.

3. Maintain a regular daily routine: Maintaining a regular daily routine can help patients maintain a stable emotional and psychological state and reduce symptoms.

4. Reasonable diet: The diet of patients with Familial dysautonomia should be based on the principles of high protein, high vitamins, and low fat, with appropriate mineral supplements to ensure the nutrients the body needs.

5. Maintain a good mental state: The mental state of patients with Familial dysautonomia may be affected by symptoms, so try to maintain a good mental state and avoid excessive anxiety and depression.

6. Seek professional medical help: Patients should seek professional medical help as early as possible for timely diagnosis and treatment, improve symptoms, and improve quality of life.

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