conflicting information re: magnesium for afib

On one page you say:

"Full blown health problems, and not just minor problems, can ALSO be magnesium deficiency symptoms- and most people with health problems benefit greatly from a high Magnesium Dosage therapy. Diseases such as:

Heart Disease
Atrial Fibrillation"

On another page you say:
"You should also NOT take magnesium if you currently have an excessively slow heart rate, myasthenia gravis or a heart condition called Atrial Fibrillation unless you specifically get instructions from your doctor to do so."

So which is it; you should take magnesium for atrial fibrillation or you should not take magnesium for atrial fibrillation?

Randy Parkes

Comments for conflicting information re: magnesium for afib

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Answered this SEVERAL times
by: Kerri Knox, RN

I've answered this SEVERAL times in the comment section, which is why in the place where you can ask your question, I ask you to search the site first, because 99% of questions have already been answered. So, now I'll add you to the same comment section and hopefully the next person will read the comments and search the site before asking the same question!

Please read:

Magnesium and Atrial Fibrillation

Side Effects


Is Magnesium Dangerous

Kerri Knox, RN

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