Resource Library

Living with and treating chronic illnesses like postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS), Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) and mast cell activation disorder (MCAD) is difficult. We hope that you enjoy this collection materials as you continue your journey with these chronic illnesses.

Free, Full Length Journal Articles about POTS

Whether you are doing some research on your own, or looking for articles to give to your physician, this is a great list of recently published scientific journal articles about postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Resource Library

Pediatric POTS Research

Adult POTS Research

Exercise as a Treatment for POTS

Autoimmunity and POTS

Treatments for POTS

Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and POTS

Mast Cell Activation Disorder and POTS

Glossary of POTS-related Scientific Terms

If you sometimes struggle to understand the scientific literature on POTS, use this glossary to look up words commonly used by scientists that many other people don't use regularly. 

Glossary of Terms Related to POTS

Webinars about Issues Related to POTS, EDS, and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome

Webinars are seminars given to patients or other health practioners at professional conferences that are later posted on the Internet.  This is a great way to hear the latest from experts in the field about topics relevant to you and your family.

Webinars by Experts in their Field

POTS in the News

These are wonderful awareness pieces about people just like you.  We can learn from each other as we advocate for ourselves and raise awareness about postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. 

Newspaper Articles about POTS

TV Newscasts about POTS

Educational YouTube Videos about POTS

Blogs about Living with POTS

Many people blog as a way to deal with their own lives that have been altered by chronic illness and to raise awareness.  Standing Up to POTS does not endorse, nor is it affiliated with any of the blogs listed.  We are not responsible for content of individual blogs.

Blogs about POTS

Publications by Standing Up to POTS

Standing Up to POTS is actively working to bring both better understanding and awareness of postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and other chronic illnesses to our medical profession, educators, friends and family. 

Our Publications