In this article, learn more about Nutrition In Extrasystole. Nutrition in extrasystole (heart skip).
Extrasystole is a type of arrhythmia that occurs due to delayed excitability of several or all of the myocardium. This heart rhythm disorder is felt as a skipping of the heart.
- strong flutter and pain in the heart, chest;
- Lack of air;
- feeling of stopping the air;
- excessive sweating accompanied by hot flashes;
- tingling in the left arm.
The disease can be asymptomatic and nothing can worry a person until complications occur. These are ventricular tachycardia, atrial fibrillation, renal, gastric, coronary or cerebral insufficiency of a chronic nature.
Useful products for extrasystole
- vegetables: tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, turnips, radishes, beets, corn, potatoes, cabbage, pumpkin, broccoli;
- fruits: pears, plums, melons, apricots, apples, avocados, grapefruits, peaches;
- berries: raspberries, blackcurrants, blackberries, grapes;
- dried fruits: dates, prunes, apricots, raisins;
- cereals and legumes;
- rosemary, parsley, garlic, celery root;
- vegetable oils from flax and pumpkin seeds, wheat germ, olives;
- fish dishes;
- dairy products;
- honey and bee products;
- drinks: freshly squeezed juices, green tea, teas from blackcurrant twigs, raspberries, linden, lemon balm.
Dangerous and harmful products in extrasystole
- fatty, spicy and salty dishes;
- strong tea and coffee;
- smoked products;
- canned food;
- fast food, semi-finished products and other "inanimate" foods containing preservatives, colors, trans fats, additives with code E, GMOs, other additives and hormones.
- Nutrition in arrhythmia
- Nutrition in atrial fibrillation (atrial fibrillation)
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