SUBTITLE: "The World's Most Common Heart Murmur"
Mitral Valve Prolapse is a heart murmur found commonly in the general public and can cause heart palpitations, orthostatic hypotension (dizziness upon standing), other symptoms of an imbalanced nervous system and anxiety/panic symptoms. Medical Research studies have found it to be even more common in thyroid disease patients, especially those with autoimmune type thyroid disorders. It is also believed to be about 5 times more common in females than in males.
Many people with MVP do not experience symptoms while those who do are termed as having "MVP-Syndrome". The condition can also cause an imbalance in the "involuntary nervous system" (dysautonomia) and has been associated with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in some patients who have it.
A Complete Look... is not to imply that this eBook (containing approx. 7,598 words) is an extensive medical journal but that it contains all of the information that most laypersons would be seeking on the subject.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
How MVP-Syndrome May Manifest
Basics about Mitral Valve Prolapse Syndrome
More about MVP Symptoms
More about Orthostatic Hypotension
More about Treament for Mitral Valve Prolapse
Strong Association of Thyroid Disease to MVP
Book Review: MVPS-Dysautonomia Survival Guide
MVP a Medical cause of Anxiety Symptoms
Coping with MVP-caused Panic Attacks and Severe Anxiety Episodes