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Nothing can be worse for a mother than watching her child suffer without being able to do anything about it. Kelly Riviera is among the thousands of mothers in the United States, with a child diagnosed with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) Dysautonomia. Her 12-year-old daughter Elise started getting ill in August 2019, displaying symptoms that didn't seem to make any sense, such as a rapid and elevated heart rate while having very low blood pressure. "We couldn't figure out where her symptoms were stemming from. Nobody could tell us what was wrong. It turns out she has a neurological...

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Category_Hydrus Edge, Category_POTS, dehydration, Dysautonomia ., hydration, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome -

Pat White was athletic, vibrant, and active for his first 52 years of his life, until he was stricken with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome or POTS, which debilitated him so severely that it kept him bedridden for most of the next 5+ years. Within two weeks, Pat's life changed for the better. His best friend discovered the Hydrus Challenge (see and suggested he give it a try to combat his chronic dehydration. He was intrigued with the science behind Hydrus, the Nanosome(TM) electrolyte encapsulation. Pat immediately placed an order for Hydrus. It arrived two days later, just before he...

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Category_Autoimmune, Category_Dry Nose, Category_Hydrus Edge, Category_POTS, Category_Sjogren's syndrome, dry nose, Fibromyalgia, hydration, infections, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), Sjogren's syndrome, viruses -

We've all heard the saying that the sign of a healthy dog is a wet nose, well that's also the case for humans. Did you know that persistent dry nose and sinuses can make you more susceptible to viral and bacterial infections? Yes, it's true. Not only is a dry nose uncomfortable, but our nose and nasal passages are among the body's first lines of defense against viral and bacterial infections. Our noses are built to defend our body from germs and infections and are lined with a mucous membrane, which consists of small hairs called cilia. These cilia beat...

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