I agree with Arn, use plenty of oil of oregano - and I suggest that you rub it into the gums around the problem area several times a day in addition to taking it internally, perhaps alternating with colloidal silver swished and rubbed into the gums as well as taken internally in plentiful amounts.
Sounds like you might have a tooth that needs to come out eventually (or perhaps not, depending on the nature of the infection), but in the meanwhile the oil of oregano and colloidal silver should clear up any infection and prevent its spread. The key is to use plenty of both and be diligent.
water and coQ10
Directions? how much of each?
I agree that it's important to know what is causing the symptoms. I used to believe that I was experiencing heart attacks and actually ended up in the ER a couple of times (by ambulance) only to learn that I was experiencing panic attacks. Because the symptoms were synonymous with cardiac arrest, I always went to the ER. Now, I know the symptoms of the panic disorder.
Chest pains can result from any number of conditions, and without knowing what is causing them, it's impossible to develop a natural protocol to treat the condition, instead of the symptoms.
Get a complete physical and the lab work to determine what may (or, may not) be causing the symptoms. Then, you can treat the condition via natural / alternative methods.
Best wishes to you.
PS - I checked out this post because it was cross-posted with "Gambling Addiction."
To add to your a-fib post, I always think Magnesium deficiency. Then Potassium! Then sunlight!
K needs Mg for transport.
Sunlight when your shadow is shorter than you helps create Vitamin D.
As a restate: Magnesium is involved in over 300 biological processes.
Aerobic exercises: Aerobic exercises safely increase your heart rate. Aerobic activities include hiking, water aerobics, cycling, swimming, running, kickboxing and dancing. Picking the right aerobic exercise should be based on your personal needs, abilities and what you enjoy doing. If you’re just starting off with exercise, it’s a good idea to begin with lower impact and gentler moves, like walking and swimming. Once your heart starts to become stronger you can move up to longer hours of dancing or cycling.
Resistance training: Resistance training involves the use of weights or any other mechanism which adds resistance. When muscles are met with resistance they require more oxygenated blood which in turn increases heart rate.
At first you can use your own body as resistance, like in a push-up or squat position, but over time you can add additional weight. It’s advised that you should complete eight to 12 repetitions of at least three sets.
Stretching: You may not think that stretching can get the heart pumping, but it definitely can and is necessary for good heart health. Stretching increases flexibility and improves blood flow, so you don’t have to work as hard. You can boost your stretching by partaking in different styles of yoga.
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