I'm a female in my early 40s, normal BMI, don't drink, smoke or do drugs. I am fairly healthy, but do have POTS, diagnosed with a tilt table test. I've had many heart tests recently, including an echo, and all looked normal, except for my 7 day heart monitor, which showed 'frequent' pacs, and even atrial couplets, zero afib episodes (it feels like afib to me though, not sure why it says it isn't) though. I am reading my kind of palpitations this can potentially cause afib later on. They are extremely disruptive to my daily life, I can't imagine what afib is like, if these feel this bad already. What can i do to prevent this? I have a healthy lifestyle and this doesn't even run in my family. I take magnesium. Thanks.