“Healthcare professionals need to improve their knowledge of commonly used medications that can cause irregular heartbeats, according to a scientific statement from the American Heart Association published by the journal Circulation.” [Source: upi.com]
With doctors often unaware that commonly used drug medications can cause irregular heartbeats, conventional medicine has invented its own diagnostic term to cover up the fact that it has failed to understand the causes of the problem. ‘Paroxysmal arrhythmia’ means nothing other than ‘causes unknown’. As a consequence of this lack of understanding, the therapeutic options of conventional medicine are confined to treating the symptoms of irregular heartbeat. Beta-blockers, calcium antagonists, and other drugs are given to patients in the hope that they will decrease the incidence of the problem.
Ironically, however, the most frequent known side effect of these drugs is an increased risk of still further irregular heartbeats. Slow forms of the problem with long pauses between heartbeats are dealt with by implanting a pacemaker. In other cases, heart muscle tissue that creates or conducts uncoordinated electrical impulses is cauterized (burned). Without a proper understanding of the causes of irregular heartbeats, the therapeutic approaches employed by conventional medicine frequently fail.
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