Through the years, we have received amazing, insightful comments from people from all over the world. This page is a library of all those discussions for you to use as reference. The information here is extremely valuable and not to be missed. To add to the conversation, and receive my reply, you can comment on any of the blog posts. This page is for reference only.

  • From Karen McNamara on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

    Can someone with a blood level of 2.1 still be low in Magnesium?

    I have vagus nerve damage and likely mold toxicity (waiting for test to confirm) and have many deficiency signs – muscle cramps, trouble staying asleep, constipation, etc. Additionally I was just diagnosed with C5, C6 fusion and facet damage C2 – C6.

    My blood test came in with level of 2.1 which is said to be the high normal. I was checked at hospital for a very bad SVT episode.

    I take a good multi mineral and vitamin but was taking additional Magnesium. Had 2 bad SVT episodes closely after taking my Magnesium Citrate/ Malate chew. Have not taken any more since. Could be totally unrelated, or could be that the chew is causing Carotid Triangle issue causing both my SVT and PACs. Had similar SVT episode from grabbing a piece of meat that was a bit big and eating it.

    Would much rather take magnesium than Metoprolol, which did not work on my issue anyway. Cardiologist wants to go nuclear on everything, but I am waiting to explore electrolyte balance and see if neck damage is contributing factor to arrythmias as well. All came up suddenly.

    Thank you for any input!

    2024/04/17 at 6:53 pm
    • From laura on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

      Interesting because lately I have several people with SVT and Neck issues such as occipital neuralgia..including me! I think posture, magnesium and vagus nerve relaxation are all key areas to look at in addition to Diet. To be honest, meat is not really what I recommend for SVT Prevention. Really eliminating meat, dairy, sugar, processed foods etc and eating a Whole Foods plant based diet is best! Keep in touch, let me know how you are doing and you can email me anytime as well. SVTcoach@gmail.com

      2024/05/07 at 2:11 am
  • From Melissa on 5 Consistent Things That I do Every Day to Keep My SVT AWAY

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge! This has aided in my natural healing tremendously!

    2024/02/18 at 1:47 pm
    • From laura on 5 Consistent Things That I do Every Day to Keep My SVT AWAY

      Thank you so much for commenting! I hope you are doing well!

      2024/05/07 at 2:12 am
  • From Arlene on Why do I have SVT?

    I just got back my results of the heart monitor and it shows SVT but I had already figured out that my problem was the muli vitamins and other vitamins I was taking. I am a vegetarian and took vitamins because I thought I needed them but every morning after taking my vitamins and medication I felt awful, dizzy. nauseas , heart pounding. this went on for months and they said I had vertigo. I ended up stop taking my vitamins, I read that some have titanium dioxide in them and I read mine they had that in them so I gave them up and have been feeling fine ever since.

    2023/11/28 at 5:40 pm
    • From laura on Why do I have SVT?

      OK well increase your water intake, make sure to massage your vagus nerve and take magnesium as beginner steps. Also read The SVT Prevention Diet!

      2024/05/07 at 2:12 am
  • From Shea on Join our Heal SVT Naturally Newsletter

    Please don’t sell my info

    2023/11/25 at 2:26 am
    • From laura on Join our Heal SVT Naturally Newsletter

      I would NEVER!

      2024/05/07 at 2:13 am
  • From Jon Moore on START Here...

    Hi I’m not currently diagnosed but I’ve had around 10 very intense but fairly short (5-10 mins) palpitation attacks over past 13 years. Because they are rare and short-lived they have never been caught on ECG or holter. The problem is they are very intense in terms of the pounding feeling and tend to trigger intense anxiety for me.
    The attacks often start with a very odd feeling in my body just before and then my heart ramps up to 120bpm with intense strong heartbeat. Then it gradually ramps down and settles. Often I have reflux or burping gas at the same time so I don’t know whether I have gastro-cardiac thing, panic attacks or SVTs so not sure what to do? Doctors say going to be hard to diagnose unless an attack lasts longer or more often I also have pretty bad ME and POTS so wondering if it’s worth doing the stuff here anyway to try and rebuild my health.

    2023/07/20 at 3:53 pm
    • From laura on START Here...

      Hi Jon, You sound like you have all the USUAL SVT, POTS, GASTRO issues which all are inter-related. Since you have acid reflux, I would say its very important to look at your diet and try to get that settled…I recommend a Whole Foods plant based diet and moving away from a Standard American Diet. Check out The SVT Prevention Diet guide and also read through all my blog articles. Try to increase water, magnesium, lots of nurturing gentle foods like brown rice, sweet potatoes and veggies and lots of smoothies, banana, blueberries, etc…Let me know how you are doing….

      2024/05/07 at 2:16 am
  • From Mh on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

    Thank you for this article! After spraying mag oil on my arms an SVT episode stopped after 2 minutes! And that was after it had gone on for about 2 hours. I did have trouble sleeping last night and a cramp a couple of days before, as well as constipation. I am in disbelief at how quickly this worked for me! Thank you!

    2022/12/27 at 4:32 pm
  • From Lisa on Why do I have SVT?

    After being in excellent health for 63 years, I was recently diagnosed with SVT. I passed out and was taken to the hospital and admitted for observation. I wore a heart monitor for 30 days and then met with a cardiologist who immediately wanted to schedule an ablation. I was too afraid to have that procedure, so I opted for the medication route. I’m still experiencing mild symptoms, which are unsettling but tolerable. The only issue that I feel wasn’t addressed is that my SVT is most often triggered by swallowing. I feel dizzy and as if I might faint sometimes while having a meal. Is that common for people who have SVT?

    2022/12/12 at 5:01 am
  • From Sandra Dorsey on Lentil Brownies

    Pleasse send recipe

    2022/12/04 at 9:36 pm
  • From Jim on Travel and SVT

    Dear all, a fit uk guy 56 here but I’ve just booked a honeymoon trip to Africa, traveling from Vic falls to Capetown – truly a trip of a lifetime for me, a trip that I’ve wanted to do forever – but with over 4 thousand miles overland in a safari truck to very remote places I’m suddenly panicking. I hardly get SVT and have a pill in my pocket approach (Bisoprolol) – as it seems to happen so infrequently Maybe a couple of times a year – usually when I’m doing exercise, and after a night with alcohol perhaps! I run 3 x 5km ever week at home with no problems. Should I be doing this epic journey? Please help! I so want to do this trip! – I was recently on a trip to Croatia I was doing a hill hike and had an attack up on the hillside and it made me feel so vulnerable. The valsalva manoeuvre didn’t work and I took a pill – I thought it wasn’t going to work at first – but after about 90 mins whilst carefully picking my way down, I managed to get to the town and laid down and my heartbeat calmed. But it took a while! I now feel so scared of the Africa trip -if I knew the Bisoprolol would always 100% work then I would be ok as I would know I could trust it – but does it? Perhaps if I just take it everyday of the trip as as precaution it would be 100% effective? I would obviously have to take anti malarial tablets too and have found that Doxycycline will not interfere with the Bisoprolol (other to ones apparently do). Could an attack still happen if I was taking it every day? Or if pill in the pocket approach woukd taking a pill once SVT sets in definitely work? If I could not stop an attack and I was 100’s of mikes from a medical centre would I be o on? I would panic for sure! But the pill should work shouldn’t it? My consultant hardly gave any advice but because I have no heart defect he said yhe SVT could go for days and I’d be ok? Is that right? At least I have time in my side then?I suppose if I was somewhere really remote and I couldn’t stop it I’d have to travel in a truck for hours/days to get to a medical facility (or in a real emergency call an air ambulance?). Off r would I just pass out and reset? Or coukd I be risking heart failure? Am I just worrying about this too much – am I over thinking this?!! (my partner so wants to do this trip too.!). And we’ve booked which was before my Croatia episode when I was feeling much more confident) Is it just anxiety of it happening and being a bit uncomfortable until it gets sorted or is is it a real risk I’m taking? I would love to hear your stories and get hour advice! Please help, a lovely honeymoon trip that I was so looking forward to has suddenly turned into a nightmare – something that I’m dreading and I should be really looking forward to it! With love and bear wise he’s to you all

    2022/10/16 at 7:28 pm
    • From laura on Travel and SVT

      Dear Jim, I am so sorry that I took so long to reply to this! I hope that it’s not too late to give you some of my suggestions. First off, I would travel with the needleless syringes in case you need to use them. Having a way to “break” an SVT should you have one will help to keep you calm in the event that you do have to use it. The modified valsalva is one of the most effective ways to break an SVT that I have found. Always have one in your pocket and ask your partner to keep one in their bag etc. My newest way that I also like to use to break an SVT is to physically massage my vagus nerve through my stomach during an episode. I like to lay on the ground and rotate between the modified valsalva, yoga postures and massage. However, the goal would be to avoid having an episode altogether so here are some suggestions…first off stay super hydrated, especially on the plane. Bring your electrolytes, cal mag citrate, chloryphl etc and be sure to add it to your water to keep those minerals flowing. I would avoid any of your clear triggers (if you know them) during flight and travel. So for example for me, that would be alcohol for sure and white sugar or large carb dense meals. No drinking on the plane to soothe the nerves. Find other ways such as calming guided meditations, essential oils, magnesium etc. Pack healthy snacks that you can eat on the plane and travel with. I like almond butter and jelly sandwiches on GF toast, rice crackers, apple slices and almond butter, raisins, yogurt parfaits with banana and honey etc. Bring your vitimans such as your magnesium, and B vitimans, etc. whatever you like to take. I never travel without any of those things. Start taking the best possible care of yourself now, sort of like “training” so that you are in great condition and not in a depleted state prior. If you need further help, please reach out to set up an SVT health coaching session with me on zoom. Wishing you all the best, Laura

      2022/11/30 at 10:34 pm
  • From LaJuana on SVT Trigger questions

    I’m 70 years old and been on metaprolol for over 20 years. I lost my only sib in February.Then in August starting having rapid palpitations. They did stress test with thyillum and labs and EKG all negative. Then they did a 7 day heart monitor and found SVT. They changed my medicine and still had palpitations. Was taken off that medicine and starting soteol today. I am very leary since it has some bad side effects too. I have severe pain in neck and back with sciatica. Fibromyalgia. I’m not overweight but do eat lots of bad food. Want to get my health back.

    2022/09/11 at 12:17 pm
    • From laura on SVT Trigger questions

      Hello, Thanks for your comment and I am so sorry for the loss of your only sibling. Im guessing that its not a coincidence that your SVT has gotten worse since dealing with that loss. I would recommend writing/journaling to try to process some of the grief that you are feeling. Also really holding yourself with a lot of compassion will help. Letting yourself grieve and fully feel what your feeling is not always easy or welcomed but it is very effective to help our hearts heal. I would also look into magnesium and B vitimans for the nervous system. Wishing you all the best, Laura

      2022/11/30 at 10:25 pm
  • From Amanda Barbre on Join our Heal SVT Naturally Newsletter

    I’m diagnosed with ectopic atrial tachycardia (SVT)

    2022/07/14 at 2:34 am
    • From laura on Join our Heal SVT Naturally Newsletter

      Ok Start with my FREE eguide called the Top Ten Tips to Heal SVT Naturally!

      2022/08/02 at 11:54 am
  • From Pam on Create a NEW Health Vision for Yourself Today

    You just get better & better…..
    Sharing information
    Encouraging us
    Giving us hope
    Offering suggestions

    Thank you!

    2022/06/28 at 1:33 pm
  • From Bhavna Karia on What is the Connection Between Adrenal Fatigue and SVT?

    Hi, I missed the session but really found this article so inspiring.

    I wondered if you may repeat the Zoom session another time.

    Thank you for the inspiration.



    2022/03/29 at 11:40 am
    • From laura on What is the Connection Between Adrenal Fatigue and SVT?

      If you would like to email me I will send you the link to purchase the zoom recording! thank you! SVTcoach@gmail.com

      2022/05/16 at 5:58 pm
  • From Valerie Geddes Kernohan on SVT Class-Energetic Contributors to SVT

    Thanks Laura for your help with SVT and so glad you have recovered from Covid and sorry about the recent loss of your friend. I have found that spicy foods such as hot sauce and chili peppers are a trigger for me. The magnesium that you have suggested has really helped and I try to drink two cups of coconut water a day for potassium. I also take ubiquinol and EPA DHA from algae source and ground flax seed. I am vegan. My SVT is called multi focal atrial tachycardia which is quite unusual but it is sometimes seen in older patients. I am 68. I also have mild mitral regurgitation in addition to this. Cardiologist does not think that there was a connection between the two. My heart beat has gotten as high as 195. I have found one way to convert out of my SVT is to lay flat on my back with my feet straight up in the air for a few minutes. Not sure how I am going to pull this off in the middle of the city ha but I try to not worry about what might never happen. I also have chosen to not take medication at this time. Thanks again for your help and support Laura and I wish you the best.

    2022/03/17 at 9:19 pm
    • From laura on SVT Class-Energetic Contributors to SVT

      Thank you Valerie for your message! The reason why spicy foods might be triggering you is because they are creating more “heat” in your body and SVT is an “excess heat” condition in Chinese medicine so we want to try to help COOL our bodies through cooling foods, and emotions etc. Also, have you tried blowing in to the needleless syringe to convert? That is a very effective method, and you do in in conjunction with raising the legs. Thank you for reading and I wish you continued healing! xo

      2022/03/20 at 1:07 pm
  • From Stacy on Why do I have SVT?

    Thanks so much for this article, Laura. I first experienced “irregularities” when I was a teen in the 1980s. I was diagnosed with “Arrythmia” in my 30s and then finally, I was diagnosed with “SVT” in my late 40s. The doctors had me try four different blood pressure medications, all with bad side effects.

    2022/02/14 at 9:20 am
    • From laura on Why do I have SVT?

      Hi Stacy,

      Try to start with some dietary shifts and lower your animal consumption and replace with legumes, veggies and whole grains. Also drink more water, take magnesium, and layer in tons of self care! Massage, gentle yoga, journaling, emotional release work, and loving self-care! What ares of live do you need support with? Is it diet, or emotional healing or self-care? Thanks for your comment!

      2022/03/09 at 2:52 pm
  • From Tee on Sleep + SVT

    What are the best foods to eat and what type of foods should we avoid . Researching this my self I found that Thramine might causes SVT flares as well .
    It’s the substances food in food ?
    Especially vegetables which ones are a go . Thank you

    2022/01/08 at 1:39 pm
    • From laura on Sleep + SVT

      Did you have a chance to read the SVT Prevention Diet e-book yet that I wrote? I’ll link it here:https://healsvtnaturally.com/product/svt-prevention-diet/

      2022/03/09 at 2:49 pm
  • From Cindy on Why do I have SVT?

    I’m facing whatever heart treatment at John’s Hopkins in Baltimore within the near future.I’ve been trying for 3 years to fix this. It is bad Bradycardia SVT A-Fib Syncope Atherosclerosis with a Naturopath 2 1/2 years.I was doing pretty good until COVID vaccine in may.I lost 40 lbs., cut out sugar and caffeine as walking 2 miles a day. Whole Foods Plant based nutrition. Worked with my Vagus nerve. I have always struggled handling stress.I’ve really struggled emotionally.I lost my only Brother 3 1/2 years ago. I had to handle his affairs then 4 months later my only son walked out of our lives because he wanted his inheritance at that time and we did not agree to that. He has no contact we have 2 grandchildren we are not able to see.

    2021/12/17 at 4:18 pm
    • From laura on Why do I have SVT?

      Hi Cindy,

      Im so sorry for the difficulties that you are facing with the loss of your brother and trouble with your son. These are absolutely some of the things that impact our heart and SVT. The best advice I can give on this is to treat yourself with as much self-compassion and gentleness as possible. Keep telling yourself that you set a boundary with your son and that is was really hard to do so, but that is what you felt was the right thing at the time. Always remember that rejection is Gods protection. Think about other times in your life where you did or did not set boundaries and there were harsh consequences. Make sure you hold space for yourself to grieve these looses and challenges are bringing up for you and let your heart express itself and whatever it needs. Only you can be there for yourself. Give yourself lots of love and compassion, and always be there for yourself. Sending you lots of love and support, and keep up the amazing work with your Diet! Let me know how else I can help. Laura

      2022/03/09 at 2:47 pm
  • From Richard Quigley on Why do I have SVT?


    2021/11/02 at 6:25 am
    • From laura on Why do I have SVT?

      Your welcome!

      2022/03/09 at 2:47 pm
  • From Harley Trumbo on Why do I have SVT?

    Thought I was having a heart attack. A full day in the EMERGENCY room. Ten days of wearing a monitor. Multiple expensive tests. My arrogant cardiologist prescribed ELIQUIS and diagnosed me with A-FIB. He told me to get used to seeing him every three months. He scheduled a surgery to install a pace maker. I refused to take ELIQUIS. I got a second opinion from another cardiologist. He said I had SVT. I tried to determine the trigger as I had enjoyed great health up to this point. I connected the first symtoms to long work days in the hot sun at the farm. Tons of muscle cramps. My niece reminded me that my heart was a muscle and was probably cramping as well. Started eating foods that were high in magnesium and potassium. Drank cranberry juice with coconut water and two drops of iodine daily. Included fasting 2X’s a week. Adding fresh ground ginger to my coffee. I went from not being able to put more than three regular heart beats together to running strings of 500 perfect heartbeats together. I’m 64. My heart rate is 57 bpm. My bp is 110/70. Last checkup said I have zero evidence of SVT. Went from having no energy and forced to sit on the couch for weeks to cutting down hundreds of trees with my chainsaw for weeks on end. Four mile hikes on rugged trails and twenty mile daily bike rides are part of my weekly routine. I want to thank you for encouraging me to take steps to heal myself. Both “cardiologists” offered me no natural healing. Dangerous pills and lifetime doctor visits were the best they could do. They both said I’d have my heart condition for life. So appreciate the encouragement and alternatives you offer.

    2021/10/23 at 4:58 pm
    • From Rose on Why do I have SVT?

      Reading this comment has given me so much hope x

      2022/08/19 at 7:18 am
    • From laura on Why do I have SVT?

      Hi Harley!
      I’m so glad to hear that the dietary changes are helping you. I ALWAYS noticed that I had leg craps for 1-2 days prior to an SVT. I realized it was my body’s way to telling me that I was low in magnesium and iron. I take magnesium daily along with many other vitamins. I am glad that you listened to your intuition. Keep taking great care of yourself!

      2022/03/09 at 3:25 pm
  • From Rosalie A Soward on Why do I have SVT?

    Your article is so very spot on! My story one, that when I tell people what my hearts been up to, the stare with their mouths open. Electrophysiologist Docs haven’t been able to explain it so I dug in and found so many issues related to hormones that the average Cardio Doc doesn’t want to listen or believe! Thank you for all you do and I’ll continue reading and researching! ( I have SVT, Bradycardia, SSS, POTS etc)

    2021/10/22 at 9:38 pm
    • From laura on Why do I have SVT?

      Hi Rosalie,

      For you, it sounds really important to look at your diet! Are you vegetarian or vegan or do you eat meat and dairy? I think a diet of mostly plants, some fish, is best. I rarely consume any meat at all and have also reduced all my dairy in the last 2 years. I maybe have cheese 1 x per month if that. Your system sounds overwhelmed. Read my SVT Prevention Diet to learn about the possibilities of an overburdened lymphatic system and undiagnosed food sensitivities. You have to reduce your sugar as well. its ALL CONNECTED! Plus take your magnesium and drink tons of water, electrolytes etc.

      2022/03/09 at 3:01 pm
  • From Carly Gustafson on Convert SVT: Please take this Survey for new SVT conversion device called Valgo!

    The link to the survey says it is now closed. I hope this product comes to the market soon 🙂

    2021/07/13 at 9:48 pm
  • From Dessa on Modified Valsalva Maneuver for SVT Conversion

    Can the syringes be used more than once? I know they’re disposable, for on time use, but is it ok to reuse? You’re just blowing into it.

    2021/07/11 at 4:18 pm
    • From laura on Modified Valsalva Maneuver for SVT Conversion

      Sure I dont see why not, just clean them in between use!

      2021/07/12 at 2:02 pm
  • From Candace Stender on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

    I have been taking 400 mg magnesium supplement for 2 years. I have noticed better sleep, less anxiety about SVT and less episodes. I also am able to get my episodes controlled quicker.

    2021/07/07 at 12:18 pm
    • From Lisa on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

      What brand of Magnesium are you taking?

      2022/01/19 at 9:58 pm
      • From laura on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

        All of the supplements that I personally take are listed on my SHOP page here and I am updating that page today! :https://healsvtnaturally.com/shop-svt/

        2022/03/09 at 2:50 pm
    • From laura on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

      thats great. magnesium is a foundational supplement for svt prevention!

      2021/07/12 at 2:02 pm
  • From Michael Champagnie on SVT-Suffering to Self Care

    Hey guys newly diagnosed with SVT but it wasn’t a surprise. I am a 28 yo male and as far as I remember I’ve always been out of breathe and have a high heart rate after any exercise. Two years ago when my flairs started (continued throughout) I was always told, “oh you have anxiety or you just need to drink more water your probably dehydrated” and so I took it as that. LSS, I finally was able to get my cardiologist to give me a heart monitor and one day about 30 minutes after a morning walk Boom! I had an episode, worse I’ve ever had. Heart rate peaked at 170 then a ER doctor broke the sad yet relieving news. For the past four months I’ve been on gaba and L-Theanine supplements and boy it’s been a life changer for me. Yes some days were not as good but for the most part they helped a lot! While hospitalized I saw a cardiologist who told me that the gaba and theanine supplements are making my SVT worse because it was stimulating my heart. These were of course the only thing that had ever help with my “Anxiety” (SVT). I have a theory, if I control my anxiety, which I know I actually do have I can control the SVT episodes????.
    So guys I am stuck between a rock and a hard place and I am scared. Any advice?

    2021/03/17 at 12:03 pm
  • From Darlene on SVT PREVENTION: Lower Your Pesticide Intake and Prevent SVT Using the Clean Fifteen

    Are the foods used in your recipes low in tyramine? How many recipes does your ebook contain? Are there weekly menues?

    2021/02/24 at 10:31 am
  • From Jim Limberakis on 5 Consistent Things That I do Every Day to Keep My SVT AWAY

    Hi Laura,
    I happened on your site recently while looking for holistic ways to deal with SVT. I too have noticed a difference when reducing gluten in my diet. I never ate much sugar to begin with and have stopped it. I use a transdermal magnesium twice a day. Oral magnesium causes too much digestive upset in my case. I increased my water intake a lot after reading one of your blogs. I use a form of breathing called box breathing when meditating. I can feel a difference in minutes. I do have a question. I get very amped up when I have to see my doctor. I can take my BP a few hours prior and it’s normal as is my heart rate. The minute I get in the office my BP has gone up a lot as has my heart rate. My normal heart rate is around 65-75 BPM. In the office it will be over 100. Any ideas on what I can do ? I keep thinking I am in fight or flight so the adrenals must be involved.

    2021/01/24 at 1:27 pm
    • From laura on 5 Consistent Things That I do Every Day to Keep My SVT AWAY

      Hi Jim, I would say to drink or spray a little magnesium just prior but if it upsets your stomach you can try homeopathy or essential oils. AND, I would try to speak to your anxiety and ask it questions…Why are you so nervous to go, what about going is brining up nervous feelings? Really try to think about it and open your mind…Do you feel disempowered at the doctors office? pressured in any way? Try to identify what is coming up for you and then support yourself…Things like…remembering that you can think about ANYTHING before deciding and committing…You are in charge of your health decisions, etc…AND, bring with you anything you physically need to feel safe and comfortable..A bottle of cold water, lavender oil to apply, ear phones to listen to calming music…etc. Let me know if you figure out why this is happening, I would love to know and support you!

      2021/01/24 at 4:58 pm
  • From Chapin Smith on Magnesium and SVT: Is Magnesium Essential to SVT Prevention and Good Health?

    Hi there. I am new here but have SVT. I have been in and out of the hospital. This Omaha been very difficult. I wanted to Thankyou for everything you are doing here.

    2020/11/11 at 1:30 am
  • From Steve on 5 Consistent Things That I do Every Day to Keep My SVT AWAY

    Hi Laura,

    I came across your website and it’s been a world of help.

    Who would of thought gluten would have anything to do with SVT… Certainly not any of the Drs I’ve seen.

    I’ve been on the beta blocker and tried other prescriptions with only side effects I couldn’t stand… even a magnesium supplement didn’t help.

    I’ve only been on your recommended diet for a couple weeks… I was eating cereal every morning and two chicken sandwiches a day… I cut out the cereal for oatmeal or eggs… and my sandwich’s are now gluten free bread.

    Switching up my eating habits and drinking twice the water, I can already see a difference after just a couple of weeks.

    I still need to be more strict, especially on the weekends… but it’s great to finally see some kind of improvement.

    Thanks so much for your website! 👍

    2020/09/12 at 10:22 pm
    • From laura on 5 Consistent Things That I do Every Day to Keep My SVT AWAY

      HI Steve, Thanks for your comment and that is so great that you can SEE some differences just by chaging a few things. I hope you take your Diet upgrades even further and layer in greens, super foods, smoothies loaded with vitimans and more. If you want, you can get The SVT Prevention Diet e-guide, it explains the SVT-GUT connection and what to eat and what to avoid much further…Wishing you the very best!

      2020/09/27 at 1:11 pm
  • From Daria on SVT Prevention: Good Health Starts in the Gut

    What is the best probiotic strain to buy? I’m dealing with serious SVT’ and skipped heart beats and getting worse. In and out of the ER. Its horrific. Please help!

    2020/06/14 at 10:10 pm
  • From Naomi on Bowel Movements and SVT

    Thank you so much for posting this article. I only just got SVT for the first time this year, at age 38, and I am having it alongside gastric disturbances and digestion/elimination issues (at least partially caused by stress). I have been clueless about what is typical for this condition, and I find this article to be very helpful. I was also very lucky to find a Dr who would diagnose this and give me a med called Bystolic. There were no food-suggestions or pamphlets on SVT in the medical office, and there has already been some new food triggers, so I will have to research this on my own.

    2020/05/08 at 1:09 am
    • From laura on Bowel Movements and SVT

      Have you read The SVT Prevention Diet? Thats the best place to begin!

      2020/06/09 at 5:07 pm
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