What is Autonomic Dysfunction?

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Is autonomic dysfunction treatable or connected to gut health?
Autonomic nerves, also known as autonomic nerves, are not subject to human will, directly or indirectly regulating the functional activities of internal organs. When the autonomic dysfunction occurs: (1) the respiratory system may show changes in respiratory depth and frequency; (2) the cardiovascular system may have paroxysmal hypertension, periodic hypotension, sinus tachycardia or over-sweetness, and Similar to the manifestations of myocardial infarction; (3) digestive system can appear gastrointestinal function and digestive juice secretion disorders; (4) urinary system can occur frequent urination, urgency, dysuria, and even urinary incontinence or urinary retention; (5) if the symptoms are Paroxysmal, can be expressed as facial flushing, abnormal sweating, dilated or reduced pupils, tachycardia or slow, drooling, chills, abdominal pain, etc., other can still produce sexual dysfunction, sleep disorders, etc.
As much as know, no drugs could help. However, it's not dangerous.
Can bad weather conditions affect someone who has autonomic dysfunction? Such as a cold front or hurricane when pressure within the storm is low.
Yes, of course. Environmental factors that can pool blood in the legs or reduce the blood pumped back to the heart will affect people with ANS.