“PA recent study found that Covid-19 patients with a prior history of atrial fibrillation, the most common form of irregular heartbeat, have a significantly higher risk of death.” [Source: scitechdaily.com.com]
Irregular heartbeat, also known as arrhythmia, is a growing global health problem. Worldwide it is estimated that around 33.5 million people suffer from atrial fibrillation, the most common form of the condition. With estimates suggesting atrial fibrillation by itself now accounts for between $16 to $26 billion of annual healthcare expenses in the United States, as well as 1 percent of the entire National Health Service budget in the United Kingdom each year, it is clear that conventional medicine is failing to address the primary cause of these disorders.
As Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine research has shown, the most frequent cause of irregular heartbeat is a chronic deficiency of certain essential micronutrients in the cells that generate and conduct the necessary electrical impulses responsible for the heartbeat. Long-term deficiencies of the required micronutrients can cause or aggravate disturbances in the creation or conduction of these electrical impulses, thus resulting in the triggering of abnormal heart rhythms. It therefore follows that the primary answer for preventing and correcting irregular heartbeat problems is an optimum supply of the correct micronutrients.
To learn which micronutrients are beneficial in preventing and correcting irregular heartbeat conditions, see this article on our website.