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UserID: quantav Type: CurePVCs Joined: Jun 30 2013
Thread Started: Jun 30 2013 Last Post: Aug 26 2013 Last Post By: GarethS
Origin: General Topics Total Posts: 4

Magnesium cure?

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Posted Jun 30 2013#1 of 4
quantavUser Since: Jun 2013Posts: 5

Magnesium Taurine seems to have eliminated them for the person in this article...

Posted Aug 07 2013#2 of 4
Eyji100User Since: Aug 2013Posts: 1I have found that my palpitations have been reduced by at least 75% since I started taking magnesium supplements daily.
Posted Aug 08 2013#3 of 4
PVCManUser Since: Oct 2009Posts: 228I tried a cheap magnesium once with little success. I suppose having the right one is what's important.

I have heard of several types of Magnesium but Taurine is quite a new one on me so if I get a relapse, I will give it a try.

Posted Aug 26 2013#4 of 4
GarethSUser Since: Aug 2013Posts: 6There is a really interesting study into Taurine combined with a couple of other amino acids but the dosage is in excess of 3 grams per day.

I have split my mag like this

300mg morning
250mg lunch
300mg with milk before bed

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