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Increased heart rate, feels sick, used a metabolism booster pill. How to lower heart rate ?

Hi Doctor. My sister just took a metabolism booster pill and now she feels sick and feels as though her heart is beating uncontrollably. She has always had a naturally fast heart rate , I m guessing genetically. My question is what can we do to lower her heart rate quicker. Would you recommend not eating and sleeping? Drinking water or not drinking water as I have heard drinking water boosts the metabolism?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Thanks for writing us.

You told metabolism booster but name not mentioned??
Metabolism booster itself will increase the heart rate.
She should undergo first ECG testing to document the heart rate, type of tachycardia and after that blood test like thyroid profile to evaluate the cause..

Excessive fast heart rate should be slowed down otherwise will weak the heart by producing Tacchycardiomyopathy..

I will be happy in helping you after getting reports

Good luck
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