I posted before about receiving acupuncture for arrhythmia. Pleased to say there are fewer occurences although the condition is nowhere near totally gone. But the last time there was a significant event, I noticed that my stomach started shaking first and then the pulsing worked up to my chest. Later that week, while watching a detective documentary, one of the speakers said "the knife had pierced his stomach aorta". I had no idea there was such a thing as a stomach aorta.
I immediately thought of the arrhythmia event I'd just had that involved my stomach so I looked it up on several websites. They described aorta aneurysms, symptons and rupturing. I have not experienced any of the symptoms except for the stomach shaking (pulsating noticeably).
My question is... am I pursuing the correct method of treatment for my palpitations? That is, if the stomach aorta is a factor... I receive acupuncture treatments once a week and take Tian Wan Bu Xin Wan.
Right now I am being treated for: anxiety, blood pressure (not a major concern anymore it seems), palpitations, insomnia (considerably better), stress and excessive gas. When I have excessive gas, I experience little flutters off and of until the gas subsides.
I also excercise daily by walking 2 to 3 miles, changed my diet to include more organics and raw nuts and fish. Supplements include take CoQ10 and sily marin. I am considering taking Res-Q1250, a fish oil supplement.