Frederick EarlsteinI love to write medical education books. My books are written for everyone in an easy to read and understandable style. Some of my other titles available on Amazon (and various other book retailers) are “Torticollis Explained. A Complete Care Guide” (ISBN 978-1-941070-05-5- “Scabies and Lice Explained” (ISBN 978-1-941070-01-7) – “Sinusitis, Hay Fever, Allergic Rhinitis Explained” (ISBN 978-1-941070-02-4)…. and many more to come! Many of my titles are also available for Kindle on Amazon and as digital eBooks from various online retailers.
A Complete Care Guide. Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment all covered!
Dysautonomia, POTS Syndrome
Diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, causes, doctors, nervous disorders, prognosis, research, history, diet, physical therapy, medication, environment, and more all covered!
Dementia Facts & Information
Facts & Information. Types, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Causes, Neurocognitive Disorders, Prognosis, Research, History, Myths, and More!
Degenerative Disc Disease Explained
Facts & Information: Including treatment, surgery, symptoms, exercises, causes, physical therapy, neck, back pain, and much more!
"A quick and easy to understand guide about some of the most commonly encountered health issues in the world. A very good and detailed overview of the causes, symptoms and available treatments for sinusitis, hay fever and allergic rhinitis that can prove to be really helpful mostly for someone among the people suffering from hay fever such as I am. A book that helped me understand the causes and treatment without the fancy wording that my doctor usually uses."
on Sinusitis, Hay Fever, Allergic Rhinitis Explained
"This book covers everything; from introducing the disease, to different disc diseases by region, standard medical treatments, alternative treatments and self-care, along with much more. The alternative treatments were really great: acupuncture, rolfing, and more. It really helped inform me on the disease, since my friend just got diagnosed with it. Great book for those suffering. I gave it to my friend he says he’s learned a lot."
on Degenerative Disc Disease Explained
"Good collection of information for those newly diagnosed. Only wish we had more for those of us older patients 20-50 age range. Truly believe it is hereditary and research should continue to look there. Overall great read to sort out the mess of what POTS is."
on Dysautonomia, POTS Syndrome
"This was comprehensive in every sense of the word. A friend of mine has suffered from this disease for many years, so I thought I would read this and see if it would be something worthwhile passing on to him. Indeed it was. This book covers the whole gamut; from introducing the disease, to different disc diseases by region, standard medical treatments, alternative treatments and self-care, along with much more. The alternative treatments were especially fascinating: acupuncture, rolfing, and more. Great book for those suffering. My friend already says he’s learned a lot."
on Degenerative Disc Disease Explained
What Causes POTS?
POTS or Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and its symptoms can be caused by many different issues in the body, from abnormalities to underlying medical conditions. Though many medical conditions associated with this syndrome have been identified, while many still remain unknown. This makes it difficult for physicians to distinguish between the causes and effects of POTS, which results to further complication of the problem.
POTS by itself is NOT a disease, rather, it’s a syndrome that manifested by multiple symptoms. The symptoms may vary from the underlying conditions, and that condition of course, differ from one person to another. This is why POTS have different causes as well.
POTS cannot be reduced to a simple description like, “I stand up and then I faint.” There are numerous signs and symptoms associated with the syndrome. When some combination of the following has been in place for six months or more and the correct tests have been...
The parasites spread via prolonged direct skin-to-skin contact and can be passed along by persons who have no obvious symptoms. Animals play no role in spreading scabies among humans. Scabies infestations are seen in all parts of the world, and are not specific to any...
The most frequently seen vector for the transmission of head lice is head-to-head contact. It is less common for an infestation to be linked to shared items of clothing, or from carpet and furniture. These parasites can live no more than 2 days without a host. Nits...