Ubiquinol is a reduced form means it's easier to absorb. What's your intention of taking it? Do you have a heart disease? I read you mention about cholesterol. However despite there are some papers back up the ubiquinol effect still can be varied. I think you should evaluate yourself if it's beneficial for you or not. Hopefully it will.View Thread
Some of your symptoms similiar than mine. Such as very minimal exertion could induce tachy/palp. Still don't know the cause. I don't get why they stop the BB. Does the BB help you? Maybe you could try different medication. And how about the holter, echo results? Maybe you could re-check or get an ECG handheld so whenever you feel issue you can record it. Have they checked for other causes? Anyway, hope you get better
ps: from what i learn IST is different than arrhythmia. Sinus tachycardia is fast HR while arrhytmia is abnormal heart rhythm.View Thread
how long have you taken it? and how was it working for you so far? and what form (ubiquinone or ubiquinol) ive known q10 for long time. ive read and heard various experiences from people. so the bottomline is you have to try yourself. im still taking it (also other supplements) but i couldnt really say the result since my condition keep changes. also different product could have different effect. so its tricky View Thread
agree this thread bothers me too. because this listed under heart problems. i already bothered by how easily people negatively label tachycardia sufferer as psychological disorder. and made up by themselves but with this it will making it worse for the trully sick people.
what's so great inducing hypertension and tachycardia to yourself. or getting adrenaline rush. keep practicing it and you'll risk your health. wasn't there any other more beneficial thing to do..View Thread
I got issues with tachycardia and hard/heavy beating HR (even when not fast) for about 10 years. went to cardiologist, did some test and prescribe me beta blocker. [br>I have omron hcg801 ecg handheld and recently i noticed weird different pattern on my ecg result. usually the p wave is higher followed by lower t wave but it's the other way around. [br>here is 1 of it: [br>http://i.imgur.com/5OzqDsJ.jpg [br>I record it when i was lying on bed, got sick. i wonder if the weird/different pattern due to a problem with my heart or if it's a glitch/error. (but i'm not sure cause i tried to check again and the other results came out like the usual except for those some result when i feel issues.) [br>I ask the doctor if it's a problem and he said no. but i've never noticed that pattern before until last year. which is odd. i'm still quite lost and feel i need some inputs. [br>Hopefully someone who understands ECG kindly care to explain. [br>I would greatly appreciate it. [br>Thank you for reading.View Thread
Thank you so much Doctor for answering i very much appreciate the time you took Unfortunately i forgot to mention i got other higher results during the same moment (when i was sick) 130-140 and 140-150bpm. And what got me thinking was. Why i've never got that pattern before last year but got that quite often lately. And from what i know the T wave represent ventricular repolarization and P wave represent atrial repolarization. So i wonder if there's an issue. Since it looks like the p wave is missing and t wave was high. Though of course i also hope it's not worrisome.
I really hope i will get response but whichever will it be, i feel i should still make an effort and try to post. Best regards. View Thread