Cleaning the Kitchen … the POTSY Way

Kyli shares with others living with Dysautonomia/POTS (or other limiting conditions) some tips that she has found to be helpful around the kitchen. Even simple arranging or pulling up a chair can often make a big difference.

“Just some kitchen cleaning tips. Let me know what you guys think of this new series I’m trying to do :) I’m hoping as my week goes on & I pay attention to all of the little changes/adjustments I’ve made because of POTS, I’ll share them with you and learn some new things along the way.:) Love you guys! Kyli”

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  1. I have a friend whose daughter has POTS. Thanks for the informational video!

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