Well…2013 is definitely the year to heal some people who are really suffering out there…I have been hearing from many of you who are contacting me personally and let me just say that I feel for all of your suffering. Let me also say that its time for me to go over the basics….If you are not following the basic rules, then I cannot even begin to help you. This is the only path to freedom that I believe in so far and I cannot help you if you are eating pizza. So HELP YOURSELF and follow these RULES.
- NO caffeine. No coffee, no green tea, no sugar drinks, no soda, no red bull. no caffeine period.
- WATER. Drink lots and lots of lovely pure water. 8 glasses per day.
- One glass needs to have a scoop of green vibrance in it. Yes Green vibrance is expensive. But when you cost it out to one scoop per day it’s not that expensive. and more importantly YOU NEED IT. who cares if its expensive. buy it instead of something else and drink the green water every day.
- NO WHEAT, NO GLUTEN. none. zip, zero. no pizza, no bagels, no white flour, no cookies, no cracked up, jacked up garbage food. NO GLUTEN NO EXPECTIONS. you are allergic to it. It’s making you exhausted, and sick and your heart can’t clear it out of your system. There are lots of GF products out there and I will list some soon on the blog that I like.
- No white sugar. None. Use honey, and while you are slowly dealing with your addiction to white sugar you are allowed very small doses of maybe some agave, pure maple sugar, and the like
- No artificial sweeteners, none. Your body can’t digest them. They are toxic
- GREENS. lots of greens. saute them in garlic, throw them in your smoothie, eat them in a salad, steam them. eat them everyday, brocoli, kale, spinach, etc
- EAT cherries. Buy them frozen and put them in your smoothie.
- Eat RED foods. RED FOODS good for your RED heart. Beets, cherries, cranberries, you get the drift.
- No boxed “dead” foods. Eat fresh, live long
- No alcohol, it creates heat, you cant clear your heat, heat leads to SVT. (commit to it for 9 months. Most moms have to do it for 9 months, you can too!!!)
- DEAL with your anger…What are you soooo angry about? Write it out, journal about it…let it out!!! Go back to all the things you are angry about from when you were a kid and WORK IT OUT…let it out, let it go…express it, feel it, heal it!!!!
I can go on and on, but honestly the above list is a huge place to start. If you are eating gluten and caffeine I cannot answer basic questions for you. Commit to your health, and when you are ready and following my above guidelines, then I will be GLAD to help you further clean up your life….and PLEASE POST your comments and questions…any and all of them…I LIVE TO answer them. I want to help you! I want you to heal!!!! Your comments HELP others…and I will REPLY to all your comments and questions personally in a REPLY that everyone can see and benefit from.
I will be sending all of those that suffer from SVT and panic attacks a massive healing prayer tonight.
Thanks for the information and your concern. There is no doubt that being on a gluten free diet has helped to diminish the amount of SVT’s I experience. It is truly a holistic approach which is necessary and keeping control of one’s anger is also a big part of the process.
I have just read your article and I will try everything you suggest.I am a 56 year old mother who has always had a form of SVT.
My Svt episodes are getting more frequent and always end with a trip to the casualty department.It has completely taken over my life to the point where I am scared to do anything so I will try what you suggest and pray it works
Hello my dear, Im sorry you are experiencing so many SVT’s lately…horomones can trigger episodes, so try to eat small gentle meals made of veggies, quiona and beans. Minimize the meat and dairy right now while you are trying to heal as those foods can be packed with added hormones that disagree with our sensitive bodies. Of course, cut out wheat and gluten immediately for long lasting results. Drink plenty of water and start to journal about your feelings of anxiety…Listen to the messages your heart is trying to tell you from a spiritual perspective…Try to ask your heart what it needs? What does it want you to know…I will post some journaling questions now…I will add you to my healing heart prayers! All the best to you, You are not alone!!!
I just found this site through a Google search that included the word “tachycardia.” I was searching because I had an episode of SVT this morning at 3:33 a.m. EST. I know the exact time because I looked at my clock radio when my heart started racing. Thankfully, it was a short episode and relatively mild compared to past episodes. My pulse came down on its own. I think what triggered the episode was that I had eaten a lot of white rice before going to bed.
Your story is quite similar to mine. I’m 37 now. My first episode of SVT occurred in August 2010 when I was 35. I was mowing the lawn on a hot summer day. My pulse was already high because I was really exerting myself. I stopped the lawnmower and went into the garage to get a rake. I bent over to pick something up from the garage floor, and, when I came up, I felt my pulse go even higher. So I stopped to rest, hoping that my pulse would come down. It didn’t. I didn’t know what was happening as I had never experienced this before. Was it a heart attack? So I went to the emergency room of the local hospital. The ER physician diagnosed me with SVT.
Since that first episode, I have had quite a few more episodes. One of them was really bad, and I thought I was going to die. I was mowing the lawn, but with that episode, my heart started convulsing. After that episode, my health went down hill. I got to the point where I wasn’t able to do any type of physical activity without my heart racing. Then I developed chest pain that felt like a heart attack.
I educated myself about SVT. I determined which foods would trigger an episode of SVT, and eliminated those foods from my diet. Peanut butter, for example, will trigger an episode every time I eat it. I must have developed an allergy to it because I didn’t always have that problem with peanut butter. I started taking certain supplements, the most important of which are Ubiquinol and Magnesium. I had several chiropractic treatments. The chiropractor determined that I had a hiatal hernia, which may have aggravated my condition. I have been feeling great for a while now, like my old self. I’m no longer in pain. I had developed terrible anxiety and was unable to engage in any type of physical activity for fear of having an episode of SVT. But I’m now able to exercise again without any problem.
Thanks for your site.
Thank you for your comment! Make sure to stay hydrated…So many of our stories are the same….anxiety and SVT, etc. Keep making small changes in your diet…avoid large meals, avoid eating before bed, be gentle to your digestion…etc. Peanut Butter is not good for you anyway…try a very small amount of natural almond butter the next time you are in the mood and just a slight smear of it…to see your reaction….maybe you can tolerate that…
The heat is usually a trigger, so drink lots of water before you do yardwork…and most importantly keep track of what you are eating, and also the times of day, and months etc that you have an SVT. Mine are always in Feb, or November….
All the best, and feel free to ask questions any time! Thank you!
I read some more pages of your site last night. I, too, have AV nodal reentrant tachycardia. The cardiologist said it’s not dangerous or life-threatening. But I will say that episodes can be frightening when they occur.
hello all, june 13th of this month is when I experienced my SVT episode and last time I had one was two years ago in the summer time (which I rarely drank water on a daily basis, unlike these days). I had 4 bud lights the night before and when I woke up I had one slice of cold pizza with half a coke, all while I was helping my girl-friend with here air conditioning. I climbed into her attic after that delicious breakfast, tho I wasn’t sweating at all just very casual look-see and as soon as I hopped down I felt like a hiccup of some sort in my adnominal or stomach area which lead to my heart racing up to 230 bpm! I splashed water on my face, it did not help so my girl-friend took me to the local fire station where they helped me and almost gave me adensine, but after four attempts of the “bear down” method it gradually decreased in minutes.
Tomorrow is my follow up with my heart doctor and he’ll probably put me on meds or offer me the cather ablation surgery, which neither I like. Personally I feel I can cure this naturally so I got online and googled ‘curing svt naturally’ then it lend me here to this site. I’m glad I found this cause I know I haven’t been doing good with my overall health, just recently I introduced Green juice with lots of veggies and fruits in it and shed about 20lbs in one month! Been suffering from anxiety again too, which lend me to the green juice and weight lost. I’m a worrier and very cautious of disturbing my SVT so the anxiety is been great these days, so with that said…I’m glad I found this site and wasn’t aware of the “Gluten Free” diet which I will start immediately after my doctor visit to help cure to rid this disorder. I’m missing out on exercing and hiking which I love, I want to go camping this summer with my kids but this dang SVT and anxiety is preventing me, but thanks for this site and I hope to be out there with my kids as soon as I can.
Hi Jarvis, Thank you so much for your comment! I love that you are so easy and willing to look at exactly what you ate and were doing and can see the exact connection with your SVT. You were not well hydrated, you were pushing yourself, you ate gluten and caffenine….The thing about SVT is that we are prone to it when we are depleted. My theory doesnt CURE you of your SVT it just helps us be crystal clear about the “set up”. If you want to depelete yourself once in a while…then it has to be ONE thing (depeletor) at a time and maybe only once in a while…so for example…it you have to have a few beers….then thats it….no coke and pizza on top of it. If you have a few beers, follow up with lots of Vit B, water, greens, and balancing foods like quiona, and veggies….let yourself recover…then a few weeks later something else….We just put ourselves at risk when we pile on the things we are allergice to and are not good for us….We are sensitive and so those things really matter! All the best, You are on a great path…dont forget to “follow” the blog so you see all my latest posts!
hello all, will I visited my heart doctor and he says I have AVNRT which isn’t life threatening. so he wants to put me on propafenone for one month, but this drug doesn’t sound good after reading side effects, etc. guess i’ll try it and see the outcome, other than that he liked my Qt rhythms he says and my blood pressure looked good. even thinks my condition will subside as the years go by, like in my early 40s which isn’t too far away. its all good news but im learly of taking the prescribed meds after reading what I read online and from reviews of other people. anybody with any insight with this drug??