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Cardiac Dysrrhythmias

Posts to Ask Dr Stoll BB regarding Cardiac Dysrrhythmias

There have been several posts to the Ask Dr Stoll

Bulletin Board (BB) regarding Cardiac Dysrrhythmias.

Many of them have been archived here. The archive is roughly chronological. I hope you find it useful.

We are also archiving posts related to the heart and
circulation here starting in 1999.

Cardiac Dysrrhythmias Summary:

I have lumped all cardiac dysrrhythmias together since they all have similar causes and approaches for resolution . Whether a person has one diagnosis rather than another is more due to that person's genetic makeup than it is to the aggravating factors--in nearly every case in which no structural cause can be found. We do not yet know how to change the genetic make up but we CAN change the contributing factors that are not yet recognized by strictly conventional medical thinking.

The 2 main factors, within our control, are low intracellular magnesium (see the archive about Intracellular Magnesium) and the archive about the continuous overstimulation of the hypothalamus via stored Stress-Effect AND the article on the homepage about Modern Medical Interpretation of Stress For that, you can also see Dr Selye's work over the past 50 years. A quick way to get into Selye is to read his book: "The Stress of Life". Your best bet would be to have your library find you a copy.

The solution to the former is, of course, raising the intracellular magnesium and, so far, the only resolution to the latter is the Effective Skilled Relaxation archive. As an introduction you would best go to the homepage article about Skilled Relaxation

Neither of these approaches can interfere with any conventional treatment and neither has any negative side effects.

For testimonials from people who have seen the effectiveness of getting rid of these causes, read on in this archive.

If, after you have read the links above, you still have questions, put them on the bulletin board.

Walt Stoll, MD

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