Vegeto-vascular dystonia in a child: what is it, how to treat and prevent
Vegeto-vascular dystonia is a medical term, concerning which there are multiple disputes.
Some experts claim that this is a disease associated with a malfunction in the work of the autonomic nervous system. Others believe that this is not a pathology, but a special borderline between norm and deviation.
The diagnosis of an AVR in a child; what is it, what are the symptoms and signs of vegetative-vascular dystonia, is treatment required?
The reasons for the development of the VSD in children and adolescents
Most modern doctors believe that the VSD – a special condition in which there is a violation in the regulatory function of the autonomic nervous system in relation to the adequate functioning of the organs.
As a result, there is a disorder of the vascular tone – their vital activity decreases.
As a result, the circulation of blood, the supply of oxygen and nutrients to vital organ systems is disrupted. The overall activity of the whole organism slows down.
The reasons for which can develop vegeto-vascular dystonia in children:
- hereditary and genetic factor stipulates not only the development of the VSD, but also the degree of severity, severity;