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Heart Problems, Cardiac Symptoms, But Test Results Normal
They have said I had sinus tachycardia and they proceed to keep telling me i’ll Just grow out of it. It’s been 8 years….
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Jacob98898, I wish I could help. But one thing I can tell you is make sure you are getting enough electrolytes. Sometimes we take them for granted. The most important one to get is magnesium. You should be taking in about 430 mg a day of that particular one through food and supplementation — 1100 mg calcium and 4500 mg of potassium. Salt probably isn't an issue since it's everywhere. I was having serious irregular problems suddenly. While my cardiologists weren't willing to embrace the electrolyte thing, I started monitoring my diet and supplementing magnesium. Everything they couldn't fix got fixed. I wish they would have pushed electrolytes.
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