anyone have any reasoning or cure for pvcs? ugh

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   Posted 3/12/2015 3:12 PM (GMT -6)   
i have been under a ton of stress lately - my little sis was just diagnosed with stage 4 liver mets cancer - so our whole family is under major stress.

but i don't want to have to suffer with pvcs. anyone else figure out what helps ease them, etc.?
i take mag. citrate at night in natural calm, i take coq10 which used to help i thought. now it's not though. they aren't severe but more than usual

i have seen a cardiologist and no recommendations. maybe i need a new one. idk

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   Posted 3/17/2015 12:02 AM (GMT -6)   
First I'd like to give my thoughts to your little sister, I hope she is doing well and staying strong. Second, the PVCs: for me they are induced by stress and strong emotions as it seems like you are under. When I can feel them occurring what helps me the most as cheesy as it sounds it really does help to take deep breaths in through the nose and out through the mouth as well as lay down and try to take a break from the situation. I know the laying down thing is difficult most of the time, but the breathing really seems to slow the heart rate down and take away the stress and as I call them "off-beats." Your cardiologist doesn't see medication necessary for the PVCs?

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   Posted 3/17/2015 6:44 AM (GMT -6)   
yes great idea that's what I try to do I'm already on atenolol I guess it's helpful some

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   Posted 3/19/2015 8:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Maybe try Hawthorne. It's supposed to help immensely. Careful if your on any blood pressure meds though, it could lower it too much.
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