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Is it Heart Disease?

Heart“All of a sudden, I’m aware of my heart beat, whereas before it just did its job without me noticing it."

Women in peri menopause and menopause often experience episodes of palpitations — an irregular heartbeat or a bounding pulse that may make them feel their heart is going to jump right out of their chest. Though rarely dangerous, palpitations can be frightening, and like hot flashes they can range from mild to severe.

Evaluate ANY heart Episode! Do not minimize your Symptoms

Any and all heart episodes should be thoroughly evaluated by a health care provider. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women, and heart disease is often under-diagnosed (or missed) during medical evaluation. Have a thyroid hormone test because hyperthyroid (excessive thyroid hormones) can occur. Since hypoglycemia and other forms of blood sugar imbalance increasingly occur in perimenopause and menopause, blood sugar disorders should be considered when evaluating women.  Both can cause heart palpitations.  But if all else is ruled out. Then more than likely Hormones are involved

What Causes Heart Palpitations?

According to Dr. Christine Northrup (drnorthrup.com) “Heart palpitations at menopause are certainly related to changing hormones. But in many midlife women, heart palpitations are primarily caused by increasing heart energy (influenced by partnership, passion, anger, and forgiveness issues) trying to become embodied in a woman’s life”

Heart palpitations during peri-menopause and on into menopause are generally considered a result of fluctuating hormones. Constantly changing levels of estrogen, testosterone and progesterone can wreak havoc on the body, causing the heart to pound aggressively or the body to sweat profusely.

The Bad News:  Some women have been known to experience heart rates of up to 200 beats per minute when experiencing heart palpitations.

The Good News: Usually heart palpitations will go away within a few months, after your hormones have settled down a little.

SOLUTION: Restoring hormonal balance often relieves heart palpitations

Do a 5 – Panel Saliva test to:  (salivatesting.com)

1 . Make sure your estrogen isn’t too high or fluctuating - When the function of estrogen is diminished, vasomotor symptoms such as heart palpitations occur in a number of women – which may be relieved by supporting normal estrogen function.  Supplements containing I3C and D3 can help. (MaxxAlive)

2. Make sure your Progesterone is balanced with your estrogen level - The association of decreased progesterone function with heart palpitations is actually quite strong, and may be due to the decreased digitalis-like activity and anesthetic activity of endogenous progesterone and its metabolites.

3. Make sure your Testosterone is in the normal range. Compromised Testosterone – usually elevated is a contributing factor to heart disease in women. Testosterone rises when blood sugars are unstable leading to heart palpitations accompanied by other symptoms such as night sweats, anxiety, or any symptom that worsens after a meal

4. Make sure your Cortisol levels are optimal showing no effect from stress. The human body simply isn’t designed for constant stress. When that occurs, our ability to cope with stress can be overwhelmed, a condition known as adrenal fatigue develops.

According to Dr. Northrup “Heart palpitations often cease as soon as women begin taking progesterone cream, normalize their estrogen, stop caffeine, and normalize their blood sugar and insulin levels through a change of diet”
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