Cureality Proficiency Certifications and Awards X
Inner Circle Forums


Portions of the Undoctored Inner Circle Member Forum and its vast wealth of knowledge, are available only to our Members.
Becoming an Inner Circle Member will allow you to post topics, ask Dr. Davis questions, and view all replies.


Ubiquinol and hawthorn

Member Forum >> Atrial Fibrillation Protocol >> Ubiquinol and hawthorn

Robbie

No Avatar

Join Date: 6/6/2017
Posts Contributed: 37
Total Likes: 0
Recommends Recd: 0
Ignores Issued: 0
Certs & Awards: 2   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 6/8/2017 7:53:41 PM
 
I have been suffering from what was diagnosed as atrial fibrillation for some years. I am on sotalol(80mg) twice daily and blood thinner eliquis(apixaban) 5mg twice daily to prevent a stroke. I am also on aspirin for blocked arteries. I have been following the wheat belly lifestyle for 5 years. I have also been off fructose for 7 years. I have read that Coq10 may be beneficial for atrial fib and also read that hawthorn may help. My question is....has anyone tried these for af and if so did they help? Also a big concern with any drug, prescription or natural is do they interact negatively with the prescription drugs one is taking especially blood thinners. I am 74 years of age and exercise regularly. I find that a interval session on the rower stops the afib episode. Would love to hear from someone about the above. I have been taking heavy doses of magnesium for quite some time. Dr Davis’ magnesium water, Dr Deans remag and malate. Am i taking too much?
Tags:

Bob Niland

No Avatar

Join Date: 7/7/2014
Posts Contributed: 14011
Total Likes: 2073
Recommends Recd: 10
Certs & Awards: 39   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 6/8/2017 8:15:02 PM
Edited: 6/9/2017 7:51:51 AM (1)
Back to Top
 
Reply Content Hidden!

Post replies longer than 250 characters are restricted to Full Access Members (make certain you are logged-in!).

Sign Up Today!



Tags: AFib,AFib,atrial fibrillation

searcher7

No Avatar

Join Date: 12/7/2009
Posts Contributed: 2247
Total Likes: 389
Recommends Recd: 5
Certs & Awards: 39   view

Likes Recd: 1
 
Posted: 6/9/2017 5:21:13 AM
Back to Top
 
Reply Content Hidden!

Post replies longer than 250 characters are restricted to Full Access Members (make certain you are logged-in!).

Sign Up Today!

Tags: atrial fibrillation

Robbie

No Avatar

Join Date: 6/6/2017
Posts Contributed: 37
Total Likes: 0
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 2   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/5/2017 6:42:44 PM
Back to Top
 
Reply Content Hidden!

Post replies longer than 250 characters are restricted to Full Access Members (make certain you are logged-in!).

Sign Up Today!



Tags:

Dr. Davis

No Avatar
Undoctored Staff

Join Date: 12/20/2007
Posts Contributed: 9903
Total Likes: 1635
Recommends Recd: 15
Certs & Awards: 0   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/6/2017 6:43:22 PM
Back to Top
 
Reply Content Hidden!

Post replies longer than 250 characters are restricted to Full Access Members (make certain you are logged-in!).

Sign Up Today!

Tags:

Robbie

No Avatar

Join Date: 6/6/2017
Posts Contributed: 37
Total Likes: 0
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 2   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/11/2017 3:27:00 AM
Back to Top
 
Reply Content Hidden!

Post replies longer than 250 characters are restricted to Full Access Members (make certain you are logged-in!).

Sign Up Today!



Tags:

Robbie

No Avatar

Join Date: 6/6/2017
Posts Contributed: 37
Total Likes: 0
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 2   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/11/2017 4:07:18 AM
Back to Top
 
I note the Heart Math program starts at $129 but can’t find any app called Heart Rate.  I am assuming the Heart Math program is a relaxation type program?  Thanks for any direction. 
Tags:

rrmolo

No Avatar

Join Date: 8/4/2012
Posts Contributed: 24
Total Likes: 2
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 4   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/11/2017 6:29:00 PM
Back to Top
 
I was under the impression too much magnesium resulted in diarrhea and not to worry about taking too much.


Tags:

Robbie

No Avatar

Join Date: 6/6/2017
Posts Contributed: 37
Total Likes: 0
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 2   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/11/2017 9:14:20 PM
Back to Top
 
I also thought that the only problem with taking too much magnesium was diarrhoea. However I need to know if there are any dangerous side effects from taking too much.
Tags:

ptheut

No Avatar

Join Date: 12/24/2007
Posts Contributed: 6648
Total Likes: 432
Recommends Recd: 16
Certs & Awards: 0   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/12/2017 1:28:10 PM
Back to Top
 
it is not the magnesium but the carrier like citrate is one that is a "bad actor" vs say Malate


Tags:

Robbie

No Avatar

Join Date: 6/6/2017
Posts Contributed: 37
Total Likes: 0
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 2   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 9/12/2017 6:50:21 PM
Back to Top
 
Thank you -ptheut . Do you know of any other problems with too much magnesium?
Tags:

Iron Man

No Avatar

Join Date: 1/13/2020
Posts Contributed: 421
Total Likes: 74
Recommends Recd: 0
Certs & Awards: 0   view

Likes Recd: 0
 
Posted: 1/26/2020 7:14:21 AM
Edited: 1/26/2020 7:14:57 AM (1)
Back to Top
 
Reply Content Hidden!

Post replies longer than 250 characters are restricted to Full Access Members (make certain you are logged-in!).

Sign Up Today!



Tags: