What is arrhythmia? Arrhythmia, also known as abnormal heart rhythm, is characterized by irregular heartbeats. The heart can beat too fast, too slowly, or with spasms.
What are the symptoms of arrhythmia? - Slow heart rate;
- Shortness of breath;
What are the possible causes of arrhythmia? - Stress;
- Cardiac, vascular or pulmonary diseases, including arteriosclerosis (hardening of the arteries and walls of the heart) and atherosclerosis (cholesterol-based fatty deposits on the arteries);
- Coronary insufficiency;
- Certain medications such as diuretics and antiarrhythmics;
- Normal aging.
What is the HEARTBEATPET natural product? This natural product contains homeopathic ingredients for maintaining a regular heartbeat. It is an EXCELLENT support for promoting proper circulation of blood in the heart. If your pet is suffering from fast-beating, fluttering, or pounding heart, a rapid pulse, pain in the chest that is worse from exertion, or the like, HEARTBEATPET is the way to go! This is the IDEAL natural way to support your pet’s heart and circulatory health!
Who is this natural product suitable for? - All animals that need additional support for heart health.
- This natural product can be used for dogs and cats.
He hasn’t fainted in months! And as you can see, he is perky and back to his old tricks. Thank you so much, HomeoAnimal.
He is doing well!
Alexei was diagnosed with a heart murmur and arrhythmia back in January of this year. At that time he was actually fainting regularly. We spent thousands of dollars on tests and he saw a cardiologist who performed an echocardiogram. Other than the diagnosis, the vets have been extremely unhelpful. Part of the problem is that Alexei's symptoms are very unusual. On the one hand he has a heart murmur, arrhythmia, and newly discovered hyperthyroidism. But on the other hand he has a very low heart rate and low blood pressure. He eats all the time but never gains weight. He has been taking your Arrhythmia and Heart Murmur formulas since January. He is doing well and is not fainting any more.
I am very satisfied!
The vet has noted that the onset of cataracts in my 12-year-old dog has not progressed after 3 months of treatment. I also give him "ARRHYTHMIA" for his heart and, again, the vet reported that he can hardly notice his heart rhythm problems any more (via auscultation). I am really satisfied.