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UserID: Dahrol Type: CurePVCs Joined: Dec 23 2010
Thread Started: Dec 23 2010 Last Post: Feb 21 2015 Last Post By: Kirsten
Origin: General Topics Total Posts: 15

PVC's caused by Anxiety?

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Posted Jan 12 2013#11 of 15
Momof3User Since: Jan 2013Posts: 1Hi Phil,

I don't know if you are still using this website as it is now 2013. I am interested in your apple cider vinegar theory. How much do you use? I've struggled with pvc's for 8 years, and they originally came on due to stress. My nutritionist has me on a digestion supplement. I can't take magnesium supplements because they make them worse. Thoughts?
Posted Jan 15 2013#12 of 15
PVCManUser Since: Oct 2009Posts: 228Hi Momof3,

Indeed I am still here. Unfortunately, this site has only a few users, and many don't return. But I do frequent it and am always keen on answering peoples questions and reading other's input.

Anyway, to answer your question, at the moment, I typicaly take a shot of about 20ml. Because I don't suffer that much with GERD these days, I only take it at bedtime.

But if you suffer with heartburn etc after meals, it's worth taking a shot just after you've finished. It is worth noting that not everybody has success with apple cider vinegar (ACV). Some that have taken it for heartburn have noticed an increase, but I think it depends why one is suffering.

One thing I have found, is if I have heartburn as a result of bad diet, ACV won't help much. I don't think there's a substitute for good diet.

In my post here, I have focused on heartburn/GERD as opposed to PVCs, but as you probably gathered from my other posts, this is because I firmly belive my PVCs were the result of poor diet coupled with frequent heartburn.

Let us know how you get on.

Phil
Posted Apr 02 2013#13 of 15
NEILCURE4PVCUser Since: Apr 2013Posts: 2try this remedy for anxiety: passion flower extract ( from NOW Company), take 1 cap a day as needed , u find them in some health stores, if does not work I will suggest other anxiety remedies

Posted Apr 02 2013#14 of 15
AndyRewUser Since: Nov 2009Posts: 22

QUOTE:
try this remedy for anxiety: passion flower extract ( from NOW Company), take 1 cap a day as needed , u find them in some health stores, if does not work I will suggest other anxiety remedies



That's an interesting one I've not heard of.
Thanks, I'll look into that one.
Posted Feb 21 2015#15 of 15
KirstenUser Since: Feb 2015Posts: 3I'm 41 and nov last year after flu waited 2 weeks and went mountain biking. Rode hard and hour after ride had 2 attacks where I nearly fainted. Have pvc's every day but not too many. Cardiologist said anxiety caused and don't need beta blockers. Heart normal. Gp says beta blockers cause more harm, just get on with my life. I have gad, generalized anxiety so I do think its a trigger. Came off all meds August last year and take when needed Zopax.

Do they go away? Considering cbt therapy.

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