Scents, Migraines and Heart Flutters
Dear Ted, Thank you for the quick response. I could be very sensitive to scents. Some perfume can immediately cause a migraine. I will continue to track this. I will also try the iodine. I started taking magnesium citrate and calcium citrate years ago, (helps me sleep when taken before bed and made a remarkable improvement in sciatic pain). I had my surgeon ask me upon my last biopsy if I had ever been told I had a heart murmur. I said no, but did feel a funny flutter sometimes. So I researched and dropped the calcium and increased the mag citrate, probably around 600-750 mg per day. I did start the lime/baking soda and water a few weeks ago. My husband and I are also enjoying the sprinkle of cayenne pepper in our coffee in the mornings. That blew our minds!! It takes great! He takes the ACV and Baking soda when he thinks of it. I have in the past use oral chelation as EDTA. Cardio renew is the brand. I followed the program very closely the first time and had pretty good results. Upon the 2nd day I had severe ear itching and seemed to be able to hear better. I should try this again. Thank you so much.