heart arrhythmia

  1. Jonnie

    Mom responds badly to progest-E & Thyroid

    My mom gets a flunky heartbeat and hears her pulse in her ears when she takes progest-E and/or thyroid (I have naturally desiccated). Also, in the past 6 months her blood pressure went from 130 to 170. I find it odd that progest-E makes her uneasy and stressed — it should to the opposite. The...
  2. P

    My Gratitude... Cardiovascular Disease REVERSED.

    Hello guys. December 2020, I posted about my CVD and desperately asked for help: Cardiologist Report: Thickening of My Heart Wall I carefully analyzed the comments, plus ideas gleaned from personal research and went all out to fight this deadly ailment. And... I CONQUERED May 2021: I met my...
  3. haidut

    Low-carb Diets May Cause Lethal Heart Rhythm Disorder (AFib)

    Most people on the forum living in the US have probably seen the ads for drugs like Xarelto and Predaxa. These are blood-thinners that are supposed to lower risk of stroke and death from stroke in people with the heart condition known as atrial fibrillation, or AFib. Atrial fibrillation -...
  4. haidut

    PUFA As The Main Cause Of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) And Organ Failure

    Some more evidence on the role of PUFA as a big factor in CVD. While the evidence is not widely discussed on mainstream media, and a few saboteur attempt against coconut oil have recently been published, nonetheless a few "runaways" do make it to front page news and we have posted them on the...
  5. raypeatclips

    Magnesium Sulfate Can Improve Arrhythmias But Not As Good As Lidocaine

    Antiarrhythmic effect of magnesium sulfate after open heart surgery: effect of blood levels. - PubMed - NCBI Int J Cardiol. 2003 Jun;89(2-3):153-8. Antiarrhythmic effect of magnesium sulfate after open heart surgery: effect of blood levels. Kiziltepe U1, Eyileten ZB, Sirlak M, Tasoz R, Aral...
  6. haidut

    Red Light Can Treat Deadly Heart Arrhythmia

    The study used both blue and red light but the blue light was used on mice and the red light on a human model. While the direct application of a light beam to the heart is not quite feasible currently, I don't see a reason why sustained application of red light for longer time periods over the...
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