Quality of life can be negatively impacted by chronic illnesses like POTS. Please join us for an honest discussion of quality of life based on the scientific literature and personal experience. Trigger warning: this episode gets heavy at times, and discusses suicide as related to poor quality of life in POTS patients. Please click the "subscribe" button so that you don't miss an episode of The POTScast. Subscribing also helps us reach other people just like you!
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