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1 day ago · Heart Palpitations in Heart Rhythm Conditions

I have palp/irreg HR also associated with position, bending, belching, after eating and even after drinking.
Working in the health field as a Med/Surg Asst I went after answers. Asked for ECHO of heart, etc.
Heart physically fine. So……
Was told by chiro I have hernia. Hmmmm.
He pulled my diaphram down and it helped.

When they happen I do slow breathing.
Place ice pack on Left forearm. Recline with feet up.

I eat and drink slowly. Do not lift heavy objects.
Very limited carbs. No sugar. No caffeine.
Gluten free.

I do have Metoprolol Tartrate 25 (take half if get prolonged irreg HR)

I rather do this than have hernia surgery.
It is a vagus issue for sure!

ALSO VERY GOOD INFO from Dr Sanjay Gupta/York Cardiology on Youtube. Great Videos on Afi/Palp

Nov 14, 2019 · Heart Problems, Cardiac Symptoms, But Test Results Normal in Heart Rhythm Conditions

If your heart is healthy, after testing, and an echocardiogram, then you could have a deficiency in magnesium and vitamin D which is very common.

If you were having an issue with palpitations or a fib, you may have a hernia pressing on the Vagus nerve.

There are many reasons why people can have heart symptoms, and they’re not be anything wrong with the heart.

I pray you find the answers you seek, and maybe you need to see an integrative functional MD/cardiologist.

Nov 9, 2019 · Diagnosed with tachycardia as well as dementia: heart beating wildly in Brain & Nervous System

I would go see a Integrative Functional MD
With your diagnosis u don’t need any more prescriptions and u May be on meds causing this.

Nov 4, 2019 · Heart Problems, Cardiac Symptoms, But Test Results Normal in Heart Rhythm Conditions

Get an echocardiogram /ultrasound of the heart done to rule out any physical heart issues or anatomical heart issues.

Have you ever had trauma to your neck or body such as in a car accident?

You may have a hernia pressing on the heart or pressing on the vagus nerve which will make the heart go crazy.

You are your own best friend.

Think about the questions above, find a cardiologist who is a functional and integrative physician, like the one in the video I posted above, and begin to try to narrow down what your own personal issue can be from. Listen to his videos.

Another great Doctor Who also does online consulting and gives a lot of advice in his videos online is a wonderful man who told me to switch to the magnesium Taurate. He is on YouTube under York Cardiology, he also is a cardiologist.

I take magnesium taurate three times a day, Coke Q 10, vitamin D, omega-3 salmon oil, and a raw vitamin B complex.
All for my heart.

Takes a lot of personal investigating.

I had two bouts in two days of A fib from bending over or slouching at the computer. Resolved in 30-40 minutes both times with coughing, slow breathing and trying to straighten chest.

I asked for a CT of chest after AM episode to look for hernia or maybe adhesion pulling or pressing on my vagal nerve which could through my heart out of whack.

God will give me wisdom I know. 😊

Oct 31, 2019 · AF occurence in Heart Rhythm Conditions

I take one 125mg capsule twice a day. Always buy from this company which YORK Cardiology in UK advised me.