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... it certainly worked for me. Depending on your age, it could be hormonal as it is a peri sign as well. Low blood sugar and dehydration can also cause it. So several things for you to look at within your diet. ... (3 replies)
... There are many things that can stimulate the heart into beating faster, or to fluttering, or to jumping around, or to skipping a beat. ... (7 replies)
... th. I would look at the side effects very carefully and ask myself if I would be willing to live with that side effect forever if it stayed. Sometimes a medicine can damage an organ such as kidneys or liver and a side effect is a symptom of damage to that organ. I would drink plenty of water and have a well balanced diet. ... (1 replies)

... Welcome to the wonderful, confusing world of heart rhythm and heart beat irregularities. ... (1 replies)
... I have lived with a tachy heart undx for over 20 yrs but it can be lessened but maybe not undone. It diet or anxety is the cause yes it can be stopped. ... (10 replies)
... Sulfites sulfites sulfites. If you read up on it it states that it can cause heart issues. Plus Im hypoglycemic and that messes it up. ... (58 replies)
... During exercise the heart will normally beat faster and harder, but I don't think it is normal to feel it pounding. ... (5 replies)
... Greetings! Yes, I would stay away from tea, replace tea with water and add a bit more to see if the heart rate slows with more water. A person needs at least 6.25 glasses of water a day or more. ... (6 replies)
Possible PVST
Nov 23, 2012
... The increase in heartbeat and irregular heart rhythm are the result of the excessive release of various hormones, like adrenalin. ... (1 replies)
... food, soda intake can contribute to this. Blood pressure is also another factor. ... (13 replies)
... Eliminate as much sugar as you possibly can from your diet. ... (1 replies)
... What is the difference between the heartbeat and heart rhythm? ... (9 replies)
... Palpitations effect the heartbeat. If your heart beats regularly then you might not be suffering from palpitations, but with problems with your heart's rhythm. ... (9 replies)
... Fasting Blood sugar came 98. I have severe health anxiety especially cardiophobia since last 12 years. ... (7 replies)
... There are many health problems that could cause symptoms like you are suffering. You could have allergies. You could have an environmental illness. You could have metabolic problems. ... (4 replies)
... n bill of health and said it was an anxiety attack and to follow up with my PCP. I did that and he put me on Zoloft for anxiety disorder. I did notice that the palpitations went away, but then again I wasn't looking for them really. ... (2 replies)
... weeks then they just went away..so in April i wake up very dizzy and i go to the er again do the same tests this time i turn out dehydrated potassium low blood sugar high so they admit me during this time i was complaing of breathing problems also so they gave me nebulizer treatment of albuterol.. ... (0 replies)
Palpatations
Sep 17, 2007
... I have been living with palpitations for a long time. Normal? ... (1 replies)
... hought nothing of it this time, making a path to the garage because I had a doctor appointment to get quarterly refills. It was such fun while it lasted. Who can remember in the excitement they're not kids any more? ... (16 replies)
... n convincing myself that there was really nothing wrong with my heart. Around that time I also realized that avoiding sugar, caffeine and dehydration reduced my palpitations and SVTs dramatically. ... (18 replies)


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