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A stellate ganglion block (SGB) is a single- or doublesided injection of anesthetic medication into a collection of nerves called the stellate ganglion.
Many patients experienced an alleviation of dysautonomia symptoms following a stellate ganglion block.
Other symptoms that improved or resolved were: anxiety/PTSD, arosmia and parosmia. The positive effects of a stellate ganglion block can sometimes last, but often are temporary (which is fine as it gives the body a 'time-out' to regenerate).
Also available via radiofrequency ablation instead of anesthetic medication.
Before a SGB is applied we recommend to try Vagus Nerve Stimulation first, as it is less invasive and has shown good results for a number of patients - it is available in two main forms - electrostimulation of the vagus nerve via a TENS device with earpiece or chest electrode.
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