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  1. The diagnosis of “vegetative vascular dystonia” does not exist, it is not in the classification. This is our unique invention. If you break down the name into semantic components, you will get something like the following: dystonia – a violation of the tone of the vascular wall without specifying in which direction: increase, decrease, abrupt change, etc.; vegetative vascular – also a very vague wording that does not indicate the specific cause of the violation of the tone of blood vessels.

    It is clear that the vessels narrow and expand with the participation of the sympathetic and parasympathetic components of the autonomic nervous system, but there is no explanation about the nature of nervous disorders, and the specialist who makes this “diagnosis” must prove the presence of dystrophic changes in the tissues caused by a violation of blood flow logically.

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