The Columbia Chronicle

I have a form of dysautonomia that is imperceptible to others. It causes rapid heart rates, syncope, dizziness, temperature fluctuation, chronic fatigue and pain. I am what an invisible illness looks like.

Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there: Life with an invisible illness

September 30, 2020

I often mourn the person I used to be. I was an athlete. I played soccer and lifted weights, ran races and set records. I had long, thick hair and I could stay awake for 12 hours straight. I did not fear...

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