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Palpitation or Irregular Heartbeat – Causes, Symptoms, Remedies and Diet

Heart beats occur at normal pace and are regular in nature. When heart beats become irregular and strong or forceful, they are known as heart palpitations. The person becomes aware of the action of his heart. It is common in all age groups.


– Stress and mental tension.
– Anything that increases load of the heart.
– Overfull stomach.
– Flatulence.
– Constipation.
– Excessive smoking and drinking.
– Avoid taking coffee, tea, chocolates and drugs that contain caffeine.
– Unhealthy lifestyle.
– Too much physical activity.


– Thumping feeling in the chest.
– Discomfort feeling in front of the chest.
– Pulse rate may become faster than normal.
– Irregular heart beat.
– Dizziness and fatigue.
– Chest pain.
– Excessive sweating.


– Juice of grapes reduce palpitations and it should be taken at frequent intervals.
– Eat a ripe guava everyday empty stomach. It provides calmness.
– Before going to bed, drink one glass of water by adding one teaspoon of honey and half cup lemon juice to it.
– Prepare a paste using some snake gourd leaves and water. Put the paste in the cheesecloth and squeeze the juice out of it. Intake this 1 to 2 tablespoon about thrice a day.
– Take 2 or 3 grams of Indian spikenard with the addition of a pinch of camphor and cinnamon three times a day.
– Take aniseed, jaggery and coriander seeds in 1:1:1 proportion and consume 6 grams of it three times every day.


– Avoid drinking too much tea, coffee and soft drinks.
– Diet should include fruits and vegetables.
– Exercising on a regular basis is also must but be careful and don’t over do any exercise in your excitement.
– Instead of eating overcooked vegetable, cook them lightly and then eat them. In this way, the nutrients remain intact.
– Eat wholewheat chapatis and a glass of buttermilk for lunch in afternoon.

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