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Does Magnesium Orotate cause A Fib ?

#29 in Magnesium Orotate discussions - 5 posts discuss A Fib with Magnesium Orotate. A Fib is #29 concern in Magnesium Orotate discussions.
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have been taking magnesium orotate and what a difference!!...
" ...Atrial fibrillation. I have suffered from Lone A-fib for about 10 years. Recently I have been taking magnesium orotate and what a difference!! ...are known triggers for A-fib. Any additives i... "

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a transient, mild afib recently. i've ordered magnesium...
" ...had a transient, mild afib recently. i've ordered magnesium orotate. based on this thread:... "

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study found that taking magnesium orotate for a year...
" ...(see below) \"Magnesium is essential to heart health. It helps maintain a ...reduce the chance of atrial fibrillation and cardiac arrhythmia ...study found that taking magnesium orotate... "

found that taking magnesium orotate for a year reduced...
" ...involuntary muscles. Magnesium is essential to heart health. It helps maintain a ...the chance of atrial fibrillation and cardiac arrhythmia ...that taking magnesium orotate ... "

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the remodeling the afib stopped? I ordered some magnesium...
" ...from the resveratrol?... after adjusting to the remodeling the afib stopped? I ordered some magnesium orotate, and maybe will pick up the resveratrol again soon.... "

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