If you’ve been following this blog, you know I do an EXA test and a RBC magnesium test every year. I’ve been working on increasing my magnesium levels for the past couple years.
As someone with atrial fibrillation, PVCs and PACs, magnesium supplements are as important to me as eating and drinking water. I don’t go a day without them. My supplement of choice is ReMag. Find out why!
One of the first supplements atrial fibrillation patients turn to for a potential natural treatment is magnesium – and for good reason. The heart has more magnesium than any other organ in the body.
I can’t believe 2016 is over already! It went by so fast. At the end of every year I like to reflect and look back at everything that happened along my afib journey. I welcome you to follow me on my look back at 2016. Religious Awakening I’ve been a Christian all of my life but I’ve been a very part-time Christian – only attending church at Christmas and Easter and not thinking much of religion beyond that. After my […]
5.8 million Americans have afib. Meanwhile, magnesium deficiency affects 68% of Americans, and has been called “a silent epidemic.” Magnesium and calcium work together to help regulate electrical activity in the heart. It stands to reason that if someone has a deficiency in one mineral or the other then their heart would not function effectively and would be prone to arrhythmia. Dr. Carolyn Dean is on the Medical Advisory Board of the Nutritional Magnesium Association. She has written an article […]