In Reply to: Re: Arrhythmia and Magnesium Supplements posted by Sandy on October 20, 1998 at 23:31:26:
:Dear Mary, I read your concern with magnesium and PVC's and I have to tell you that I too read that if you are low on magnesium it can cause arrhythmias. I had mine checked with a simple blood test and it was indeed low. I started a supplement of 200mg of magnesium which I take every day or every other day depending how I feel and want to say that my PVC occurence went in half. I was getting up to 50 a day and now get around 10-20. I swear by it. Before the magnesium, no matter how much I tried not to stress about the PVC's, they still came. It is a relief to have something that helps, even if its only a little. I know that I would try anything to reduce them by even one (that's how much I hate them). Good luck to you and I hope you find that magnesium helps you too.
I am trying a form of magnesium called magnesium glycinate. It seems to be helping! Please e-mail me at ***@**** or ***@****
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