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Atrial Fibrillation 24 Feb 2023 02:49 #77739

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I'm hoping that Jim Humble may read this and offer some advice if he can - of course I also welcome comments (relevant please) from all.
I have had Atrial Fibrillation (AFIB), a common form of arrhythmia of the heart for about 8 years. I have been "treated" by cardiologists who invariably prescribed various blockers (sodium, beta, calcium) - all of which have hideous side effects. The ultimate treatment for them is to cauterise my heart in an ablation operation which I will not do. They have advised me that my heart is otherwise strong and healthy. I have recently stopped all blocker medication and now only take blood thinners (Eliquis) as a precaution against stroke.
I have read that inflammation is possibly a prime cause of AFIB.
My question is - can any of the MMS protocols treat this condition - ie - return the heart to normal sinus heartbeat mode?
 

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Atrial Fibrillation 25 Feb 2023 01:39 #77751

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I did see a testimony of MMS helping when someone had a stroke and it helping even when the stoke had already occurred a while ago but the treatment needed to be longer. I've also seen Andreas say that somethings like if you had polio and the nerve damage has already occurred it its probably not going to be reversed. Atrial fibrillation seems less definite since it can sometimes be temporary. I am not a doctor, I just play one on the MMS Forum. My mom had atrial fibrillation in the hospital after a stroke. The heart normalized after several days of drugs they gave her and once before it was detected and appeared to normalize after a surgery. Nice thing about MMS is it can't hurt to try. Sorry I don't have any actual experience of it working. I hope God gives you wisdom and healing!

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Atrial Fibrillation 25 Feb 2023 06:31 #77752

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Thank you for your comments.
Heart problems are either plumbing or electrical.
Atrial Fibrillation is electrical - where the pumping signals are out of synch - but only in the Atria at the top of the heart which thankfully is not critical.
I my case up until recently it has been paroxysmal ie - on and off. However lately it seems to be more permanent.
I was hoping Mr Humble would be able to offer an opinion as I read earlier that he had heart problems.
I'm new to the world of MMS but I'm coming to the conclusion that it is NOT a universal antidote. It is excellent for infections involving virus and bacteria. Every time I take it my lungs clear completely withing 2-3 days. My wife uses it to rid the house of mould.
unfortunately, It seems to have no effect on AFIB.
 

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Atrial Fibrillation 27 Feb 2023 22:37 #77774

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I don't know if Jim reads these posts anymore or comments.
Afaics, he does not.

Try the SEARCH tab above and the Testimonials link in the drop-down menu.

Or go for "Can't Hurt, Might Help".
(and will help with other things for which you are not taking it)
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Atrial Fibrillation 27 Mar 2023 03:04 #78117

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No one really know what causes it. It is an electrical problem.
My cardiologist shrugged his shoulders and said "it's genetic".
Looks like an ablation operation later this year.

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Atrial Fibrillation 29 Mar 2023 09:58 #78139

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MMS (etc.) may not (probably does not) do anything for genetic-based health issues. (?)

However, if you are not healthy, are overly toxic, etc., that may exacerbate the problem,
or could actually be the cause, and doing a good detox may make it better or go away.
 
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Atrial Fibrillation 29 Mar 2023 23:49 #78153

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I don't believe it is genetic. "Genetic" is a convenient catch all for "experts" who know no better.
I am generally in good health - my cardiologist has reassured me that my heart is otherwise healthy and strong.
I'm a non smoking vegetarian - I exercise regularly and am moderate drinker of red wine.
I have read holistic sources who maintain that it is due to inflammation which makes me none the wiser also.
Over the years it has gotten progressively worse until now where it's pretty much permanent.
So my choices are : Live with it - it's actually not life threatening as long as blood thinners are taken to prevent stroke which is the worst outcome.
Or - Have part of my upper heart cauterised in an ablation operation later this year.
In the meantime, I will do my best to detox as you suggest - but hold little hope.

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Atrial Fibrillation 31 Mar 2023 22:29 #78164

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If you are taking blood thinners, you have to be very careful with DMSO,
but it is a very good anti-inflammatory. (JH Protocol 1000+)

MMS has helped so many people with so much that I think it would
behoove you to have more of a positive outlook and then you can
change to a more 'negative' outlook if it doesn't do anything.

I always expect it to work and do good things until it shows that it cannot
for whatever reasons.
 
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Atrial Fibrillation 02 Apr 2023 07:00 #78186

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Thanks for the advice - I only use DMSO topically on my shoulder where I have arthritis due to an old injury. I use a 50-50% mix of Magnesium oil and DMSO- It really helps.
I am not giving up on MMS - I am gradually building up to protocol 1000 - started 1 drop per hour - now at 2. will get to 3 by end of next week and will try to keep on that for a few weeks at least.

So far it has cleared up a nasty chest infection due to a mould outbreak in our home. All the age spots on the back of my hands have disappeared and a few skin lesions have healed. At times, I can sense an awful smell coming off me - metallic like the smell in a hospital - could this be due to detoxing?
I also get very bad heartburn - is this normal?

I am a newbie to this so any advice is very welcome.
Thanks & Regards

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