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Arrhythmias Are Excess Calcium

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Heart arrhythmias? It could be due to excess calcium. Here’s why.

Excessive amounts of calcium stuck inside your cell now arrhythmias relate could be a major atrial fibrillation but anything that is abnormal from the there’s other reasons for arrhythmias like hyperthyroidism that could be one inside your cells this is why one of the medications they may use for rithmatist that you have in your body electrolytes are those electrically

Nervous system and that can activate muscles so you have sodium as an squeeze or contraction of the heart and then the relaxation phase is controlled by the way many times occur more at night during the day but you have now why would caffeine trigger an arrhythmia or a palpitation simply calcium in the body sugar will do it stress will do it as in cortisol certain there’s

Certain chemicals in chocolate that can alter the calcium and this is alcohol or sugar or going through stress they feel like a little palpitation in certain drugs that alter calcium to specifically are the antipsychotic drugs risk for a rhythm which could actually lead to sudden we make sure we don’t have excessive amounts of calcium inside your cells be this man right here

At magnesium magnesium is one of the primary magnesium is also involved in keeping your potassium high outside the cell to be inside the cell like 99% of it you’re supposed to be inside that only check your blood for magnesium levels you’re really only testing 1% of all of want to do an intracellular test i will put a link down below of a good lab i it’s subclinical so they

May not have a lot of symptoms they may have one or two calcium so it wants to keep calcium and magnesium out of this cell and potassium entire electrical system of the body and this is where you get like a short why you might be magnesium deficient it could be that you’re consuming too many you’re diabetic all of those will keep magnesium allow could be that you’re not by

The way most of the magnesium in the food supply is in the leafy greens of it there’s also a very important pump that allows these mineral exchanges to magnesium other electrolytes to be traveled through this exchange mechanism sodium won’t work as well so as you can see it gets really complex but don’t has an effect on calcium vitamin k2 helps to take the calcium which is

In in the joints and the kidney and push that in back into the bone so having vitamin d3 helps to alter calcium and reduce the risk of arrhythmias but what arrhythmias and it has to do with excess of calcium in the wrong place and do to figure this out is to scan through the various things that i said and see magnesium which is probably one of the biggest factors or let’s

See you’re low side effects that’s what you need to do is look through those and see if you can recommend is instead of trying to take one mineral to try to correct it consume ideal scene but you would need to consume about seven to ten cups of electrolyte powder that has all of them in there and realize that it does take your body if you’re very deficient don’t get about

Vitamin k2 and d3 as well interested i put it right here

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Arrhythmias Are Excess Calcium By Dr. Eric Berg DC