“I felt dizzy every time I stood up and wondered if it was my Parkinson’s. I later learned it was a separate condition called symptomatic neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (nOH)” Sponsored Post
“I wasn’t able to enjoy my usual activities: I was afraid I would black out.”
The good news is that symptomatic nOH can be both diagnosed and managed
Symptoms like Gail’s may be due to another condition, called nOH. This condition can cause dizziness or lightheadedness upon standing or changing position.
“Although not every patient with Parkinson’s has symptomatic nOH, about 20% of us do. Since my diagnosis, I have been managing my salt and fluid intake and taking NORTHERA® (droxidopa) to help manage my symptoms of nOH.” While NORTHERA works for Gail, not all patients may experience benefit from this treatment. Talk to your doctor to see if NORTHERA could be right for you.
NORTHERA is the first and only FDA-approved treatment specifically studied in patients with symptomatic nOH
Finding the dosage strength that works best for you
NORTHERA is available in three dosage strengths to help reduce the
number of capsules taken daily