Anyone get palpitations frequently?


Anyone get palpitations frequently and know why this could be please?

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Nicki 3 years 0 Answers 676 views 0

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  1. I get them sometimes when my thyroid levels are changing due to a med change.

  2. I get them when I am dieting and let my carb count go too low for too long. I have to take a beta blocker when that happens and it will regulate it. So I try not to let my carbs and calories go too low.

  3. Pooling.

  4. Check your b12 hon.

  5. Following

  6. Same as Ellen Juleen. Check your thyroid.

  7. How is your adrenal health?

  8. Yes. Hormones. Really bad during ovulation and pms. Beta blocker helps. Mag spray, mag taurate.

  9. I get them a lot. Had them checked by a cardiologist and he said they are PVCs. Apparently very common and he reckons harmless. They do make me feel anxious though! A lot of my friends say they get them worse around their period and at menopause, so possibly hormonally-regulated? I take a beta-blocker daily which worked for a while, but I am noticing them more recently. Every few minutes I get a skipped beat.

  10. They can be made worse by too little magnesium AND too much magnesium btw. So be careful when you are supplementing. Check your basic levels first!!!


    Thyroid, iron deficiency, dehydrated, to much caffeine, stress , Pulmonary Embolism. Loads of reasons. Pain , infections

  11. Since I dropped sugar, I'm palpitation-free.

  12. I rarely have palpitations any longer. Same as Maura, I have decreased sugar but also incorporated magnesium.

  13. I am addicted to sugar

  14. My palpitations and skipped beats were related to anxiety. Funny thing is if someone had asked me at the time if I were anxious or not, I would have looked at them funny. I had no idea I had anxiety! So take a good, long look at yourself and see if there's anything you're worrying about in your personal life.

  15. It took awhile, but my palpitations went away with ReMag. I have just as much stress, but no more palps, thank goodness.

  16. I was always prone to palpitation. Do not have them any more. Also – no more anxiety or high blood pressure. Solution was too simple: sleep medication.
    Also as of December last year I went Paleo – changed my life.
    Please look at prescription meds, see if it could be a simple solution for you too.

  17. Are you taking magnesium? If so, you may need to increase your potassium. To be sure, get an HTMA.

  18. Whats a HTMA (ps. sorry if i sound like an idiot)

  19. No, that's a good question, Lindsay Rose Medoff. An HTMA is a hair test that tells you what your mineral status is, so you'll know what steps to take to get better. It's important to get one with someone who's been trained to interpret it. I got mine with Morley.

  20. Thinking horses and not zebras- magnesium, potassium and sodium play a huge role in heart rhythm

  21. Nicole Hightower, thinking horses and not zebras?

  22. Very experienced "palpater" here lol I definitely know, without a doubt, it's a food intolerance. Leaky gut creates food intolerances that cause a horrible chain reaction! I have Hashimoto's, so when I would accidentally eat gluten or grains, it would send off a signal to my adrenals that something isn't right, causing a fight or flight response (SNS Sympathetic Nervous System).Then my thyroid would get attacked, raising antibodies, and of course, the heart is connected to the thyroid, causing the heart to work harder!! When my adrenals were activated/startled by the smallest thing, my cortisol levels became depleted, and it could no longer keep glucose levels up, which resulted in hypoglycemic episodes. It's all connected. Palpitations should be taken VERY seriously. It's a sign that your adrenals and thyroid aren't receiving the right information!! Please read Root Cause by Dr. Izabella Wentz

  23. Low iron can cause that. Also consider a thorough thyroid check. Not just TSH.

  24. A basic metabolic panel (chem panel) & an EKG would be the best places to start to be safe.

  25. A lot of people that get this are not aware, but they are living in a moldy environment. May also look for signs of previous water leaks, swollen baseboards, and look under sinks and countertops. Mold often grows underneath our granite countertops and we don't realize the stone is porous. The water makes its way to the plywood underneath, and you will see mold growing above your silverware, but just take drawers out to look up and see it. Also check under sinks, around bathtub grout, and Around refrigerator seals. Often times when the seal is speckled, there is an indoor issue. May wanna check around. Just in case, as 85% of the homes i test do not pass an indoor inspection. Make sure if anyone tests for mold, they turn fans on in the home first, for an hour or two oscillating, and then turn off thirty minutes or so before testing. Ya wanna pay to see what's in your air when your house has a house full of people and the dog is wagging his tail! Best to you.

  26. MOLD IS A NEUROTOXIN AND IMMUNE COMPROMISING SUBSTANCE, and especially problematic for those with the MTHFR gene mutations – which we now see are up to 39% of the population. If you have this, you will have troubles detoxing and become more sensitive to inhaled substances. If you wanna know if you are reacting, have your doc test you for IgG for the most common household molds. Including Stachybotyrs, and Aspergillus and Penicillium. Chaetomium, Cladosporium, Fusarium, and Epicocum.

  27. The most common reason for heart palpitations is anxiety.

  28. The most common reasons for anxiety can be invisible mold spores. When done properly, 85% of indoor environments have some form of air quality issue inside. Mold can be problematic. Many doctors never think to ask about this issue. But it is worth checking into. Have doc run MTHFR gene mutation. Join the FB group. Lots of info there. Again, it's worth looking into. So many people have no idea their panic attacks and anxiety is due to indoor VOCs and mycotoxins.

  29. This was a helpful link shared the other day, focusing on Potassium, of course including Magnesium.

  30. I got them once or twice and thought could be due to high iron levels. Took IP6 and they went away.

  31. For a normal person, how much mag,pot n sodium to keep in.balance would you say

  32. Thanks Nicole!

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