My brother 63 years old has PAC since 10 years ago.Now in this year he has PAC 2 days in a week .2-7 PAC in one minute.He has no any pulmonary disease,no diabet,no hypertension,no thyroid disease.But he has mild mitral prolapse anmoderate anxiety.
Drug,propranolol 10mg BD
what must I do?
Well, I don't think there is so much to do. PACs aren't dangerous at all, they are a part of normal heart activity. I'm completely sure you have them too. I do. We all do.
If you get stressed from the PACs they will increase, which of course will increase the stress, and so on. They can occur in remarkable high numbers if you are enough stressed.
My only advice is to relax, and if it's really bad, he could see his doctor again. We are several people here suffering from PACs and PVCs, and we are still alive. Again, we all have PACs but if we start to focus on them, we will feel more of them, and they will increase in number.
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