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I want to do something about my arrhythmia, which was said to be normal at the hospital.

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“I was diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat at the hospital.”

There are people who say

She said she was worried about chest pain and had an examination at the hospital.


If you have an arrhythmia, you may need to see a doctor because your heart’s arteries can suddenly become clogged and cause a heart attack.


This person didn’t seem to care.

As a result, he came home with “no problem”.

At the hospital, if there is no abnormality as a result of the examination, it means that it is not a disease, so no medicine is prescribed.


The hospital was fine, but the irregular pulse and chest tightness did not go away.

What are irregular heartbeats and chest tightness that are not diseases?


The identity of the irregular pulse and chest tightness, which was said to be normal at the hospital, is…

autonomic imbalance



Dysautonomia is a condition in which the balance of the autonomic nervous system is disturbed and its function is weakened.

The heart cannot move consciously.

Indian yoga masters are said to be able to move their hearts consciously, but ordinary people cannot.


The heart works by the action of the autonomic nervous system.

This is not limited to the heart.

The autonomic nervous system controls almost all functions of the body, such as the stomach, intestines, kidneys, liver, blood pressure, blood flow, pulse, digestion, and absorption.

In other words, the autonomic nerve can be said to be the great ruler of the body.


The autonomic nervous system consists of two balances, the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system.

When exercising, the sympathetic nervous system increases the heartbeat, increasing blood flow.


When the balance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves is disrupted, the function of the heart is also disrupted, resulting in irregular pulse and chest pain.

So what should we do in this case?


It’s actually not as difficult as you think.

It improves just by adjusting the balance of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves.


“Is it possible to balance the sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves?”

“Yoga or breathing exercises?”


Sure, they’re effective, but they’re a bit more indirect.

There is a more direct and effective way.


that is

improve posture



“What does improving posture have to do with curing irregular heartbeats?”

That’s right.

I don’t understand it because I don’t say that in hospitals, on TV, or in health magazines.


But if you ask me what to say next, I think you’ll say “Yes!”

that is

Autonomic nerves are in the spine

That’s why.


You can also say that the spine = autonomic nerves.

When the spine is distorted, the autonomic nerve inside is also worse.

Arrhythmia and chest tightness were described as dysautonomia.

By improving your posture and spending time in a good state of your spine, irregular pulse and chest pain, which are autonomic imbalances, can be fundamentally improved.


good posture

Place your palms on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the palm and arch the spine (I think this spine of yours is probably sticking out, but this spine is originally curved. there is).


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