Magnesium and Atrial Fibrillation



I have atrial fibrillation, been to hospital number of times, nothing about magnesium. i take diltiazem xr---thyroid levothyroxine --cozaar -- warfarin still have off beats. i really like to know about magnesium salts.
i am 75 years old --any help would more then what my
doctor.

Thanks
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So, I have a whole page written about that. You can read my page on Atrial Fibrillation there.

I give a caution about those who have Atrial Fibrillation potentially having a 'clot' if their heart rhythm suddenly goes normal again, but since you are on Warfarin already, that's not an issue with you. Just be sure that your Warfarin level is 'normal' before you embark on any magnesium therapy.

Then, just follow the instructions on the Magnesium Dosage page.


Also, it would be a GREAT idea to get your vitamin d level checked too, as calcium imbalances can often cause heart issues as well- and most everyone has Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency that they are not aware of, so it's a good idea to be sufficient in Vitamin D whether or not you have any problems right now- but ESPECIALLY when you already have problems, it's really a MUST!!

So, if you are interested in learning more about how magnesium affects your heart, there is a truly AMAZING book on the subject called 'Magnesium, The Ultimate Heart Medicine' that I HIGHLY recommend!!

When you're done reading that, you'll know how to fix many heart issues better than most cardiologists!!


Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Immune System

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