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Mexitil (Mexiletine)

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CONDITIONING YOUR HEART
Anyone with a heart condition – or who suspects they have one – should be under a doctor’s care. But the following prevention tactics could help you from ever needing it.
• Decrease your consumption of sugar, salt, saturated fats, hydrogenated oils, and cholesterol.
• Watch your weight
• Stop smoking
• Practice relaxation techniques such as meditation and biofeedback to reduce stress.
• Eat more garlic, fresh fruit, and fish
• Increase your intake of soy protein (use in place of animal protein whenever possible)
• Get enough calcium and magnesium in your diet (supplements of 1,000 mg. calcium and 500 mg. magnesium daily are recommended)
• Laugh more (it really is the best medicine)
• Exercise regularly.
Supplement Suggestions
• Vitamin В complex, 100 mg. (time release), a.m. and p.m.
• Extra niacin, 100 mg., 1-3 times daily
• Vitamin E (dry form), 400 IU, daily
• 3 lecithin capsules or 3 tbsp. granules, 3 times daily
caution: If you are on any heart medication, check with your doctor before starting a supplement regimen. Also, be aware that vitamin E can increase the imbalance between the two sides of the heart for some people with rheumatic hearts.
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