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Increased PVCs during menopause
The onset of menopause may indeed increase the incidence and frequency of palpitations. However any new rhythm change needs to be considered for the possibility of heart disease. You should check your risk for heart disease, as well as think about taking this survey.Meanwhile, this is what you can do may help to reduce the incidence of irregular heartbeats during menopause:
- Reduce the intake of caffeine,
- Limit the consumption of stimulants, cigarettes, and alcohol,
- Practice yoga, breathing exercises, or other relaxation techniques.
Hope this helps,
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