What Is The Main Cause of Heart Palpitations?
This is the question everyone wants to know the answer to. The quick answer is that there is no single reason that you have palpitations. Palpitations can occur for many reasons. I've been studying the matter for about 17 years now and have databased the answers from thousands of respondents from all over the world. Here are the top ten reasons that people have heart palpitations.
- A deficiency in the right kind of magnesium
- An imbalance on your body's hormones
- Electrolyte imbalances
- Acidic body composition
- Dental amalgams that contain mercury
- Failure to properly floss your teeth
- Overconsumption of sodas and the wrong carbohydrates
- Prolapsed Mitral valve
- Inadequate blood supply to all sections of the heart
- Vagus nerve stimulation due to excess inflammation
As you can see, you can take action on 8 of 10 items yourself and go a long way toward ensuring your body is operating at full capacity. In order to determine which of these items are causing your issues, the critical first step is to see your doctor. However, if that doctor waves you off and just wants to prescribe a toxic pharmaceutical drug after a ten-minute interview, then you need to walk away and find a real doctor.
Once you are cleared by your doctor to be free of physical defects in your heart, then you are clear to take the appropriate steps to making your body operate as it should.
You can see that many of the items on this list are related to digestion. I talk a lot about the power of a good digestive system on this blog. If you want to fix your palpitations, then you need to spend some time and read some of the articles and access the “heart regimen” that I have been maintaining since 2002. It is not perfect, but it is my best collection of digestive advice, supplements, and techniques to allow you to be free of heart palpitations.
Palpitations never go away unless you take corrective action. If you are a procrastinator, then bookmark this page and come back when you can no longer stand the suffering.
Sources: National Library of Medicine