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I have been diagnosed with a heart arrhythmia. It is not harmful. It is a misfiring of the heart in the sinus - not ventricle. It is very uncomfortable, particularly after I climb stairs or eat a large meal. I can feel my heart 'flopping' around. Heart rate is 40 - 100. Is there any remedy I can take to stop this irregular heart beat? Any help appreciated.
  Joaniekins on 2012-10-17
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Please take a single dose of Phosphorus 200 and see how that affects in next 15 days.

One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 2 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.

Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
kadwa last decade
Do you like thunderstorms?
Parakletos last decade
yes, I love thunderstorms....
Joaniekins last decade
Okay, then I do not think Phosphorus is the remedy.
If I allowed I would suggest Sulphur 200C. Especially if you get palpitations when you turn in bed? Also from alcohol.
Many such cases of arrhythmia is often about inflammation or ulceration of the gastrointestinal area. Very rare that your allopathic doctor or cardiologist takes into account such a view. Often the vagus nerve is involved, disruption of this nerve can lead to heart problems. For example, in cases of Hiatus hernia. Or inflammation of the pancreas. Also trapped gas, gas / air / flatus that occurs as a result of inflammation of the intestines. And of course organic disorder of the heart. Just want to mention this, do not think your cardiologist has said anything about what I describe?
Another possibility is the lack of various minerals, particularly magnesium. Another possibility is the acidification of the organism, then alkaline foods is a good option.

But when it comes to homeopathy I would bet Sulphur. But you can try Phosphorus first.

Parakletos last decade
Dear Parakletos - what you describe for Sulphur is exactly some additional symptoms I have. And you are correct my Dr's do not have this inside view of the body. I get palpitations especially when I turn in bed, related to Alcohol, and trapped gas. Thank you. I believe I will try Sulphur first. Is this what you recommend? Thank you very much.
Joaniekins last decade
Yes I recommend Sulphur.
Start with 200C.

Parakletos last decade
Dear Patakletos,
I only have Sulphur 30C or 1M. should I take that or order 200C?
Joaniekins last decade
You can use a dose of 1M. 1 dose is 3-4 pills or 10 granules. Hell pills / grunulat directly in the lid of the container, then into his mouth. Let them melt under the tongue and swallow.
After this, you should wait a week. Please contact me after this. Or before, if something special happens.
Remember to take your medicine at least half an hour before or after food. Please do not drink coffee.

Parakletos last decade
Dear Friend, I have noted no improvement in the arrhythmia. Actually it was getting worse. I started to take magnesium supplements and it seems to have helped. I am taking 400mg 2x day.
Joaniekins last decade

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