Tachycardia is a very dangerous disease and you need to treat it seriously. Let’s consider in detail what tachycardia is: symptoms and home treatment. Tachycardia is the acceleration of the cardiac beat in excess of 70 beats per minute. Traditional remedies will not help with treatment here. They can be combined with medical treatment, which is strictly prescribed by a qualified doctor.
Secondary symptoms of tachycardia include:
• labored breathing;
• chest pain;
• deterioration in the condition.
Principles of home treatment of the disease:
• eliminate stressful situations;
• provide a sleep of not less than 8 hours;
• create rest for the patient;
• normalize day regimen;
• spend a lot of time outdoors.
Also the patient should observe the following rules of nutrition:
• diet based on stewed vegetables;
• exclude coffee and alcohol;
• limit the consumption of fatty meat;
• it is allowed to eat fish, fruits, juices and cereals.
You must eat at least 6 times a day. The best traditional remedies that help reduce the frequency of cardiac beat are herbal infusions, but they are used as auxiliary medications for basic therapy.
The best assistant is the hawthorn, 1 tablespoon of which is poured with a glass of boiling water and then it is infused for 20 minutes. After this you should take half a glass of infusion 3 times a day. Garlic and lemon restores cardiac rhythm pretty well. It is necessary to press the juice out of 10 heads of garlic and 10 lemons, add some honey and take 4 tablespoons once a day.
Treatment of tachycardia is possible even with alcohol-containing hawthorn infusions, roots of elecampane, meadow clover. Vitamin-mineral mixtures restore the immune system very well too. Nuts, honey, lemon and dried apricots allow normalizing vitamin-mineral balance. Most often, paroxysmal tachycardia occurs. The relief of symptoms at home is possible only with mild cases. Then verapamil (160 mg) is applied intravenously. Postinfarction tachycardias are treated with amiodarone, sotalol. Atrial tachycardia is treated with cardiac glycosides, as well as beta-blockers and calcium antagonists.