The Best Tip for Atrial Fib (Atrial Fibrillation)

The Best Tip for Atrial Fib (Atrial Fibrillation)

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I wanted to talk about atrial fib and give you some tips that you can try now just so you know I’m not telling you to get off your medication okay that’s between you and your doctor that’s my disclaimer but the point is I want to give you other solutions that you can try to help your situation okay number one atrial fib is an electrical problem of the heart now the question is why what controls that what controls electricity of the heart is electrolytes what are electrolytes those are minerals that have electrical properties primarily the real issue with atrial fib is is magnesium okay so magnesium is a electrically charged mineral in heart that allows it to stay in rhythm and if you have atrial fib the problem is it increases your risk for stroke by five to seven times okay but let’s just talk about magnesium for a second now let’s say you had a blood test right and it comes out normal and you’re saying well I’m fine because I’m I have enough minerals and things like that first of all they never check magnesium they rarely check potassium those are two main electrolytes because most of the magnesium even if they did check the the mineral minerals most of that museum is in the bone it’s inside the cell it’s not in the extracellular fluid like the blood so that’s why it’s hard to detect so magnesium is also present in vegetables okay so an average person consumes about 270 milligrams of magnesium they need double that like 480 that’s what they need okay and probably if they’re deficient they need a lot more so it comes down to a couple different root causes one is they’re not having enough vegetable in the diet okay and also potassium you need about 7 to 10 cups of vegetables just to get your potassium okay but you if you eat vegetables you’ll get both of these minerals okay so it’s a dietary deficiency issue it could also be coming because your digestive system is not right either you have maybe some Crohn’s problem maybe your gastric bypass maybe your stomach is not asked enough do you know you need a really acid stomach to absorb magnesium yeah in fact the symptoms of low stomach acid is heartburn indigestion so if you have heartburn indigestion that means you don’t have enough acid if you want more information on that check out my video I’ll actually put a link below but that’s interesting so if you have a stomach problem that could be why you have atrial fib because you’re not holding the magnesium in from the diet okay another cause could be too much calcium if you’re taking calcium what that will do that will shut down the absorption of magnesium because they both work together so if you have this condition I don’t recommend taking any calcium okay even even like certain medications for high blood pressure they give you a calcium channel blocker I wonder why right the other thing is you could also have a low vitamin D level low vitamin D will prevent the absorption of not just calcium but magnesium as well so that could be your real reason why you have the problem okay so there’s a great book it’s called beat your afib by Stephen Ryan PhD I’ll give you a link below I think it’s a great great book if you have this just to get more information it’s backed up by a lot of credible scientific studies that you can check it out and use that to get more knowledge about this issue but if you’re going to get a magnesium get something called angstrom magnesium this is a type of magnesium that’s a million times smaller than regular magnesium supplements out there and so it goes in like a rocket ship I don’t necessarily recommend taking a potassium supplement because they only come in 90 99 milligrams and you need forty seven hundred milligrams you’d have to take the whole bottle which I don’t recommend so the best thing to do is increase your salads start having huge salads more vegetables through the day you have to bite the bowl and start increasing your vegetables and you’ll see that the cardiovascular system will start to come around if you have atrial fib and you want to replenish these minerals it doesn’t happen overnight okay because by the time you have atrial fib you really depleted a lot of yours in your heart so it takes a while to get that back it could take easily two three four plus a month to get that back alright but this will speed it up and start eating better and then write your comments below I’ll see you the next video

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Dr. Berg talks about the best tip for atrial fib. This is based on the book, Beat Your A-Fib by Steve Ryan Ph.D. This condition is usually triggered by a magnesium deficiency. It can also be a potassium deficiency. However it is difficult to determine these mineral differences because of where most of the minerals are located – inside the cell. It is recommended to take a type of magnesium called angstrom, which is 1 million times smaller than other forms.
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