i was just told my the E.R doctor that i have tachycardia my skips beat it well jump real hard at time as if some 1 just hit me in the heart just want 2 talk 2 others with this 2 see how u deal and what may help it get better.
You've come to the right place. Try reading a bunch of other posts. You'll see that you are not alone at all. We all have different things that help us. I, for instance, and on atenelol because of a fast resting heart rate, and Xanax to help ease the fright! lol I SEEM to be having luck with fish oil and cal/mg. I have been almost PVC free for several weeks.
You say: "..fish oil and cal/mg" I assume capsules for the fish oil, Omega 3 or whatever it is, but what is cal/mg?
I take metoprolo for a too fast HR, assume atenelol is something similar. I'd like to try some :"natural" helpers for AFib/AFlutter. I may try adding some fish oil. My wife tried to include fish in our menu a couple of times a week, suppose that gets me partway there.
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