Heart palpitations can be a concern but most of the time they are not serious. With that being said, how do you know if it’s a serious problem or just a little glitch? I know before I was diagnosed with Graves’ disease, I had heart palpitations and it was scary. I would lay in bed with my heart feeling like it was going to pound right out of my chest. Other causes include stress, anxiety, panic attacks and depression. Stimulants like caffeine, nicotine, cocaine, amphetamines and cold and cough medications that contain pseudoephedrine can also cause problems as well as too much or too little thyroid hormone.
In this article by Joyce Gonzales, she shares the importance of getting checked out by a doctor. This article also includes a video of a pop star who died at 33 of cardiac arrest.
I ran across this article about leeks and wild ramps and while I know about leeks, I had not heard of wild ramps.
In this article by Alina Petre, she shares 10 benefits of eating leeks and ramps and she shares a few tips on how to incorporate them into your diet and boost your nutrition.
Have a great weekend!
As most of you know, having thyroid issues brings a whole unique set of problems on it’s own including fatigue and weight gain. Dawn Sylvester lived with undiagnosed thyroid problems for years that left her over-weight and sick. It was when she started going through menopause that she learned most diet and exercise advice was all wrong! None of the advice works if your thyroid is turned off! So, she developed a 21-day thyroid reset program: The Thyroid Factor. You can jump start your thyroid starting today!