My Upcoming Book

Release Date April 2021

  • Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome Book

 

My Action Plan For

Stopping The Symptoms Of

Mitral Valve Prolapse

Syndrome- Dysautonomia

Including the Symptoms

of Fibromyalgia  and Chronic Fatigue 

             Without    Cardiac or Psychiatric Drugs

             Without    Multiple Trips to the ER

             Without    Fear and Anxiety

 
 

 

 

By
Joan Anderson
Award-Winning Medical Reporter 
 Healthcare System Administrator 
Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome Patient 
My Personal Treatment Plan For Stopping

Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome (MVPS), also known as "dysautonomia," is a dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system which controls involuntary functions such as heartbeat, pulse rate, blood pressure, breathing, digestion, and the urinary system - to name only a few of the processes it regulates.  When unstable, the autonomic nervous system floods the body with stress hormones causing such symptoms as migraine headaches, spacey or dizzy feeling, vertigo, Insomnia, hyperventilation, skipped or irregular heartbeats, raised blood pressure, panic attacks, chest pain, shaking or startled feeling, cold hands and feet, numbness and tingling, bowel and bladder problems and much, much more.  

 

If you struggle with this health problem, then you may find that this unconventional book is not like anything you have read before on Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome. I know because I’ve read just about everything out there on the subject. Most of the material has been invaluable to me but all together, it was not enough to help me feel better and get control of this syndrome. My choice was to either take a variety of powerful drugs to cover the symptoms and risk adding drug side effects to my already growing list of problems or to look outside the typical MVPS information and treatments for effective answers. I chose the second. 

 As a long-time investigative medical reporter not satisfied with the status quo, I have used my work to reveal problems and find new answers to health issues for my audience. Because this problem of Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome is personal and has had a profound impact on my life, this book is no exception. I have looked long and hard in my research to find answers and a new level of health. In the book, I tell what I have learned and how it has helped me reclaim my life without fear, without cardiac and psychiatric drugs, with less dependence on the medical establishment and with a new level of control over my symptoms.  

Please note

The author has no underlying structure or functional problems with her heart. She was diagnosed with Mitral Valve Prolapse when a physician while listening to her heart, noted, a benign click as the mitral valve closed. The author has what is called Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome--Dysautonomia, a problem with the autonomic nervous system.