Dr. Kyprianou and The Research
Dr. Mary Kyprianou, the founder of The POTS Treatment Center, has spent the past 25 years helping those suffering with autonomic nervous system disorders from all over the world. She eventually focused her practice on POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome), an extreme and debilitating autonomic disorder in which most or all of the autonomic disorder symptoms are present at the same time.
Dr. Kyprianou was the recipient of a Fellowship Award during her Doctoral Studies at Wayne State University and was involved in extensive research under the prestigious Nobel Prize Nominee, Dr. Lida Mattman, in Immunopathology and Pathogenic Bacteriology. Having been a lecturer and Distinguished Professor Award recipient in anatomy and physiology, she has also enjoyed being a speaker at numerous seminars and organizational meetings on autonomic nervous system disorders.
Dr. Kyprianou is a Psychophysiologist, Board Certified in Biofeedback and a senior fellow of the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance. After more than two decades of experience helping those struggling with autonomic disorders from, Dr. Kyprianou was able to design a comprehensive program for autonomic balance, with each component of the program based on peer-reviewed case studies. Below you will find some of the research-based findings:
The Research Based-Findings
Stress System Malfunction and How it Can Lead to Serious Disease
This National Institute of Health peer-reviewed article reviews chronic stress, how it affects the body, and the importance of chronic stress management for overall health and recovery from chronic stress-related issues.
Cumulative Stress and Autonomic Dysfunction
How chronic stress affects the body and the importance of stress management for recovery and health, and how advanced technology can monitor the levels of chronic stress.
Harnessing Neuroplasticity for Chronic Stress-Related Issues
A peer-reviewed article on how new studies in neuroplasticity have found the importance of stress management, neuroplasticity, exercise and nutrition as factors for recovery in chronic stress-related issues.
The Physiological Effects of Slow Breathing in the Healthy Human
The correlation between the heart, respiration and the autonomic nervous system, the effects of respiration training on the autonomic nervous system, and how learned respiration training can eventually shift the body into parasympathetic dominance within the autonomic nervous system.
Stress Effects on the Body
The American Psychological Association’s review of how chronic stress affects the body, what chronic pain and disease may result, and the importance of chronic stress management.
Protective and Damaging Effects of Stress Mediators
This National Institute of Health peer-reviewed article reviews how chronic stress affects the body, and how sleep, nutrition, exercise and social support are important components to combat overwhelming stress.
Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers
Renowned neuroendocrinoligst, Robert Sapolsky’s, groundbreaking research into the correlation between chronic stress, chronic pain and disease, and the autonomic nervous system.
A Third of US Workers Suffer with Chronic Stress
The Wall Street Journal’s investigation into US workforce and chronic stress, the implications on our health and the business sector, and how that will affect the future of our country.
The Heavy Cost of Chronic Stress
The physiological and psychological impact of chronic stress on our health and society.
Protect Your Brain From Stress
Harvard Medical School’s investigation into the effects of chronic stress on the brain and the body.
Our Nation Under Stress
Dr. Sanjay Gupta investigates why Americans’ life expectancy is going down rather than up, despite spending more on health care than any other country.
Battling the Physical Symptoms of Stress
The effects of chronic stress on the workplace and our overall health, and what we can do about it.
Mary Kyprianou, Ph.D., BCB,
Senior Fellow Psychophysiologist