Heart Palpitations Explained

Not all heart palpitations are necessarily bad things. Sure, they are both annoying and frightening, but they are very common and there are things you can do to fix them – Most of the time!

One of the fixes for inducing a highly relaxed state in the body is by using the right kind of magnesium. Not just any magnesium will work. Most of them will just give you diarrhea. REMAG – shown in the right sidebar is an amazing product for this purpose. It is available on Amazon by clicking on the image.

Here is one explanation about one of the causes of palpitations. This is not the only cause, but it is a common one. We will talk more about how to minimize the effects of these palpitations in a future article.

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About the Author: Nick Walsh

Nick began blogging about heart palpitations in 2002, after suffering multiple afib events that landed him in the ER with heart rates in excess of 210 BPM! Nick spent 7 years researching the risk factors for palpitations before coming to some conclusions about this health issue. You'll find strong opinions on these pages that might offend anyone that slurps from big pharma's propaganda about health and wellness.

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