Confused about Magnesium and the Heart
I want to thank you for answering my last question about the bad experience I had with vitamin D. You said you would bet I had a magnesium deficiency, as well as other health issues, which I have to tell you, you were right on about the other health issues, and in my own research I kept coming up with magnesium deficiency.
I read the articles you have on magnesium but I am confused about a couple things.
1. I saw if you have A-FIB you should not take magnesium or
2. if you have a slow heart rate.
The confusing part
is two-fold. I saw A-FIB is a side effect of not enough magnesium, so Why cant someone with A-FIB take mag.?
2. I actually have several heart rhythm issues--not a-fib but I have over 4,000 pvcs daily, as well as had a couple of supra-ventricular tachycardias, and also I have first degree heart block. Since the article says not to take magnesium with a slow heart rate, does this include 1st degree heart block?
I don't really understand the heart block I have, I know its 1st degree and it must not be always because my resting heart rate varies from 75-95--usually 85. (lousy conditioning I assume :(.
So is it safe
for me to take magnesium?
I am afraid I am forgetting one last question but if I think of it I will contact you again. I want to thank you so much for taking time to help. I am always skeptical when I see a site offering free help but they say you must buy their products. You have not said that, you merely ask if we are helped to then support you and purchase through your site. Can it be for real a person that actually wants others to get well?