Heart Palpitations

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity & Arrhythmia

…identified themselves as “electro-hypersensitive,” meaning they reported experiencing difficulty with memory, concentration, sleep, vision, heart palpitations and cardiac arrhythmias with exposure to electromagnetic fields. Another 16 percent reported being a little sensitive, while 8 percent felt they…

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What are Cardiac Arrhythmias?

…basically the term refers to an irregular heart rhythm, which can also be noted as an irregular pulse. Essentially, the heartbeat goes off cadence and this irregularity may or may not be felt in your body. Many people are aware of skipping, strongly palpitating or rapid heartbeats, while other asymptomatic…

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Civil War History of Stress and Heart Disease

heart disease now. Some of those poor soldiers—many of whom were very young men, and even boys—had complaints that were at first written off as lack of sleep, or "bad food." They would report shortness of breath, fatigue with exertion, inability to keep up with comrades, palpitations of the heart,…

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On the Road With Dr. Sinatra

…-sensitive people we met, actually turn their household electricity off while they sleep to limit their exposure. Then, there was Una. Her palpitations, rapid heart rates, and lightheadedness all dissipate when she travels. And her husband confirmed the difference in how she feels and relates when they…

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Stroke Symptoms for Women

We often hear that women have different heart attack symptoms than men, but did you know that stroke symptoms for women can be different, too? Unfortunately, I have first-hand experience with this. I was 13 years old when my paternal grandmother died from a massive stroke. I can’t help but think that…

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How to Protect Children’s Health—and Yours— in a Wireless World

…Canada when several schools were equipped with Wi-Fi. Parents and educators discovered that many children experienced headaches, dizziness, heart palpitations, fatigue, and nervous system issues while in school—symptoms that “mysteriously disappeared” on weekends and school vacations. Those concerned…

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