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UserID: bfrocks30 Type: CurePVCs Joined: Apr 02 2018
Thread Started: Aug 16 2018 Last Post: Nov 28 2018 Last Post By: rdartez
Origin: General Topics Total Posts: 3

Vagal Induced Pvcs

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Posted Aug 16 2018#1 of 3
bfrocks30User Since: Apr 2018Posts: 25I wanted to start a thread on a topic that I don't believe has had enough discussion yet. We all know by know that the issue resides on the heart but the fact that there has been very little acknowledgement that irritating the vagus nerve causes PVCs is sad. I wanted to share some of my observations in trying to irritate the wandering nerve and largest nerve in our body. You could have a great day going then you eat the wrong thing or too much your're whole day is done.

1. I have noticed that thoroughly chewing the food you are eating is extremely important.
2. Slow down your eating, I have a bad habit of eating way way too fast.
3. Not Overeating is very important as well.
4. Last bot not least trying to avoid a list of histamine foods below, I personally found gluten/carbs to be the absolute worst in triggering these.

Here is the link that best references a histamine intolerance:

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-11175/everything-you-need-to-know-about-histamine-intolerance.html

For me though it always seemed glute/carbs and refined sugar be the worst and creating some response here. I luckily haven't had the upset stomach that can throw these off but im sure there are others that have.

Also if anyone has any suggestions to further calm this nerve or reduce this please share them. I have seen mentions of B12, One individual mentioned on forum of using Gaba and another I saw mention priobotics are good for the vagus nerve as well. Finally I also know that exercise/yoga is great for your vagus nerve.

This would also be interesting if we could just freeze the nerve that maybe is throwing these things haywire, as I mentioned we all know the issue is around the heart but here is an article about what they are now doing with the vagus Nerve https://www.livescience.com/62095-hunger-nerve-freezing-weight-loss.html
Again any suggestions on this is appreciated because I know I am not the only one that gets the vagus induced pvcs.
Posted Aug 18 2018#2 of 3
SiennaUser Since: May 2018Posts: 24

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I wanted to start a thread on a topic that I don't believe has had enough discussion yet. We all know by know that the issue resides on the heart but the fact that there has been very little acknowledgement that irritating the vagus nerve causes PVCs is sad. I wanted to share some of my observations in trying to irritate the wandering nerve and largest nerve in our body. You could have a great day going then you eat the wrong thing or too much your're whole day is done.

1. I have noticed that thoroughly chewing the food you are eating is extremely important.
2. Slow down your eating, I have a bad habit of eating way way too fast.
3. Not Overeating is very important as well.
4. Last bot not least trying to avoid a list of histamine foods below, I personally found gluten/carbs to be the absolute worst in triggering these.

Here is the link that best references a histamine intolerance:

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-11175/everything-you-need-to-know-about-histamine-intolerance.html

For me though it always seemed glute/carbs and refined sugar be the worst and creating some response here. I luckily haven't had the upset stomach that can throw these off but im sure there are others that have.

Also if anyone has any suggestions to further calm this nerve or reduce this please share them. I have seen mentions of B12, One individual mentioned on forum of using Gaba and another I saw mention priobotics are good for the vagus nerve as well. Finally I also know that exercise/yoga is great for your vagus nerve.

This would also be interesting if we could just freeze the nerve that maybe is throwing these things haywire, as I mentioned we all know the issue is around the heart but here is an article about what they are now doing with the vagus Nerve https://www.livescience.com/62095-hunger-nerve-freezing-weight-loss.html
Again any suggestions on this is appreciated because I know I am not the only one that gets the vagus induced pvcs.



Hi there
Definetely there is a nu te connection to the vagus nerve,now the question is if we have to stimulate it(which ist people recommend) or cam it down.
If you find out some more news,much apreciated.Bloat upsets it big time.
Posted Nov 28 2018#3 of 3
rdartezUser Since: Nov 2018Posts: 1I feel that my PVC's are triggered by eating and it doesn't matter what the food is. Anyone else notice this?

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