Dysautonomia Awareness Bracelet – Bravelets

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Dysautonomia Awareness Bracelet

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Product Details

  • 316L Stainless Steel
  • Signature triangle charm
  • One size to stretch to your wrist
  • Colored Crystal Beads
  • 10% of net profits donated

Our Be Brave Stretch Bracelet is the perfect reminder to stretch beyond your comfort zone and be brave! This elegant, yet casual bracelet features colored crystal beads strung on an elastic string with a dainty stainless steel cylinder bar. As always, the words "be brave" are engraved on the bar of the bracelet, encouraging you to be brave through tough times. Bravelets jewelry makes a great gift for you or a loved one, and is a beautiful way to fundraise for your cause.

About the Cause:

"Dysautonomia International is a501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 2012 by patients, caregivers, physicians and researchers dedicated to assisting people living with various forms of Dysautonomia. For those of you who may be thinking "dysauto-what?" - Dysautonomia is an umbrella term used to describe different medical conditions that cause a malfunction of a person's autonomic nervous system. Even though most people have never heard this term, Dysautonomia is actually very common. Some forms of Dysautonomia are fairly mild, while other forms can be debilitating, or even fatal.

Our organization is dedicated to increasing awareness of this group of conditions, so that someday ""Dysautonomia"" will be a household word, even if it is really hard to pronounce. Perhaps more importantly, we are also dedicated to finding a cure and better treatments for each form of Dysautonomia. This requires funding research, so that is what we have set as our number one goal."

As the largest non-government funder of Dysautonomia research, OCRFA invests in innovative, promising research. And OCRFA is the voice for the Dysautonomia community: fighting for more resources and policies on Capitol Hill, helping future health professionals recognize the disease through ourSurvivors Teaching Students® program, providing hope and insight by pairing newly diagnosed patients with our Woman to Woman program and connecting survivors at our Dysautonomia National Conference. We are united to defeat Dysautonomia. Visit ocrfa.org to learn more.