Heart Beat Too Loud? Try This…

Heart Beat Too Loud? Try This…

Heart Beat Too Loud? Try This…

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hey guys in this video we want to talk about loud pounding pulse rate here you are trying to sleep and you got this is pulse rate that’s so loud in your ear it interferes with your ability to rest and go to bed at night you should never hear your pulse rate ever on the pillow when you’re sleeping that basically is a simple potassium deficiency that’s all it is and we need a lot of potassium potassium seems to be the physiological tranquilizer it relaxes the heart and the pulse rate so the way you become deficient is by having too much glucose or sugar okay so that would be all the candies and cookies and things like that not to mention the other carbs refined carbs breads and pasta and cereal anything involves refined grains okay that would be creating the same situation but if you’re consuming a food let’s say cane sugar and it which naturally comes with a lot of potassium like if you’re chewing on sugar cane you’ll never have this problem but white sugar you will because it doesn’t have any potassium and it’ll just suck out the potassium okay and then stress can also deplete your potassium a lot of stress even shock to the body I remember I’m having an accident I fell off my bike over the handlebars and landing the Smet and the chain fell off as a defect in the bike and I fell on my elbow crush it had tremendous amount of trauma in a very short period of time my potassium levels just went right down to nothing I mean it was crazy so that adrenaline that stress can just drop your potassium levels then insulin that can come from again from consuming sugars or let’s say you’re diabetic and you’re taking insulin that can deplete your potassium levels right there so that’s one other source and that could be why your heart is pounding and then also diet let’s say you’re just not consuming enough of the foods with potassium you need about four actually you need about seven to ten cups of vegetable per day to get your potassium like 4700 milligrams if you have rheumatoid arthritis or some other arthritic type thing you might need up to five to 6,000 milligrams okay even if you go through stressing a little bit more but the foods that are highest in potassium are beet tops avocados leafy greens okay those are the the top and you just need to start consuming those so if you have this situation go ahead and get some potassium either from a supplement or from food and let us know how that affect your your pulse rate thanks for watching so press the subscribe button and this is misspelt so I can’t spell so I’m gonna have to add that in here okay takes to press the subscribe button and up I can’t even say this

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Dr. Berg talks about a loud Pounding Pulse Rate. This interferes with sleep. This is a potassium deficiency. Potassium controls the character of the pulse and rate itself.

Potassium Deficiencies:
1. Excessive glucose (sugar)
2. Stress
3. High insulin
4. Dietary (not enough greens)

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