... Welcome to the wonderful, confusing world of heart rhythm and heart beat irregularities. ... (1 replies)
... Sounds to me like you have atrial fibrillation (or A-fib as it commonly called). You need to get to a cardiologist. There are meds available to treat it. You are so young (36) that a conservative med (like Toprol) should be tried first. It's best to get on top of A-fib before it happens more often. Best to stop it in its track because they say "A-fib begets A-fib"---once... (16 replies)
... i have exactly the same thing. before i get my period, during and after my heart goes nutty. it doesnt seem there is anything i can do to help. i also abstain from caffeine, sugar, processed foods, alcohol, etc. ... (23 replies)
... roblems with taking vitamin, they make my palps come alot more often. I have not had anything with caffine in it in over 5 years, i also do not eat anything with sugar very often, maybe once a month i might have a couple donughts. My heart can not tolerate ANY caffine. ... (23 replies)
... I have been eating a low sugar diet for 10 years as well, but I certainly do have sweets sometimes, although only in limited quantities. ... (23 replies)
... You hve no sugar in 10 yrs means no sweets, nuthibng with sugar in it? ... (23 replies)
... unusual side effect. I decided not to try anything else since PVCs and SVT aren't deadly and don't affect my life ENOUGH for me to want to risk the side effects of meds. ... (23 replies)
... Hi! I hope that you don't mind a couple of questions. :)
During the two PMS weeks, what other things disrupt your heart's rhythm?
Does going to bed have any effect? After a nap? How about smoke, clothes, ink, handling the newspaper, etc?
Is it worse at night or during the day?
What is the strangest thing that effects your heart's rhythm? (23 replies)
Okay. I got you. Why hate the Toprol? whynot try different meds?
Maybe better than struggling like you say in your previous message.
I think once on meds, U can have a few things like caffeine and chocolate
and sugar. I mean life shouldn't be hard, u know..... curious- your input on that? ..... (23 replies)
... Sometimes I feel like disrupting my body's equilibrium AT ALL will lead to an increase in PVCs and arrhythmia. It really annoys me. ... (23 replies)
... Caffeine as well increases palpitations, it is a stimulant. I have not had a caffeinated beverage since 1996 when I found out I had PVC, but my weakness is def. chocolate :) (4 replies)
... whole grains and smaller servings. ... (4 replies)
... Eating more than about 15g of sugar at a time gives me lots of palpitations. Anyone else noticed that sugar gives them palps? ... (4 replies)
... If you are taking heart medications, certain foods and drinks will interact with your meds and can cause your heart to beat erratically. ... (7 replies)
... What about your sugar levels? ... (4 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)
... First of all hi everyone and hoping you can give me some peace of mind. ... (4 replies)
... Greetings Alejandro88, a trigger for anxiety can be sugar as well as some symptom for some people. ... (6 replies)
... D My sympathies. Each person needs to make their own decisions in life and take care of their own health. 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. ... (1 replies)
... t know why they would tell you Gatorade, the stuff is junk. they are maybe looking to get more electrolytes into you like sodium, potassium, and magnesium...all have a major impact on the heart. ... (2 replies)