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If you are here looking for home remedies for palpitations then you, like most people have sometime or another experienced the occasional bout of palpitations - that is the awareness of the heart beating faster or irregularly during physical exertion or when you are particularly angry, anxious or scared.
The sensation of thumping in the chest can be quite alarming, but sufferers should be reassured that palpitations are usually harmless.
However, if they do recur persistently, a doctor should be consulted.
Before looking for natural home remedies for palpitations you should know when to rather seek immediate medical attention and that should be if you:
A rapid or irregular heartbeat can be caused by:
Hawthorn contains flavonoids, which may help to control an irregular heartbeat. Visit your local health shop and try taking 150mg three times a day.
Motherwort helps with palpitations linked to tension, stress and anxiety.
Peppermint like Motherwort is another herbal remedy popular for its analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antioxidant and vasoconstrictor characteristics which all serve to benefit the heart.
Lavender Oil can cause a significant drop in blood pressure, heart rate and skin temperature.
Since panic and anxiety attacks are often accompanied by heart palpitations, this oil will be a perfect home remedy to help relax the nervous system.
Rub 2 drops of neat lavender oil in the palm of your hands, rub together and inhale deeply.
Cayenne proves to be one of the best herbs to promote heart health, and one of our home remedies for palpitations.
It has the ability to deal with different sorts of heart conditions which include angina pectoris, chest pain, congestive heart failure, cardiac arrhythmias and of course heart palpitations
Garlic the champion herb of this website works by controlling the occurrence of cardiovascular conditions that trigger heart palpitations.
Garlic is also very good for reducing one's risk for blood clotting as well as in reducing the level of cholesterol and blood pressure which can also cause heart palpitations.
Include foods rich in magnesium in your diet, such as fish, spinach, nuts and dairy products. Magnesium is a mineral that helps to
Remember to always listen to your body, it talks to you, and will give you little warnings (sometimes big ones) that all is not right!!
This article was printed from JillsMusic.com