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  • 1 month ago

    RE: Heart flutter

    As applicable, the most common type of palpitations, premature ventricular contractions (PVCs, occurs even in many ♥-healthy individuals), described that the heart is flip-flopping, FLUTTERING, jumping, pausing or stopping briefly (though it's actually not doing that), pounding, skipping, thumping, or strong, hard, or forceful beats being felt in the chest, neck, throat, has various causes (cardiac and non-cardiac) or triggers.

    PVCs are typically harmless (benign), be it isolated (single), couplets (2-in-row), triplets (3-in-a-row) or salvos (short bursts of 3 or more in-a-row), bigeminy (occurring every other beat), trigeminy (occurring every third beat), quadrigeminy (occurring every fourth beat), etc., etc.

    Sometimes, certain cardiovascular/anti-arrhythmic meds can help control/suppress palpitations, and some individuals have reported, on various message boards and forums, that taking a magnesium supplement has helped either to lessen the severity and frequency of palpitaions and in some cases, eliminate the palpitations completely.