When the central nervous system becomes hypersensitive due to the onslaught of neurotoxins in late-stage EBV, the brain’s messaging to the adrenal glands becomes extremely inconsistent. Consequently, the adrenals get various messages either to produce at full force or slow to a crawl, and your heart rate speeds up or slows accordingly, because adrenaline is linked to heart rate. Since it’s not outside stimulus such as stress or relaxation that’s causing your adrenals to pump harder or back off, the effect on your heart rate can feel random and unprompted. It’s very common for these changes in heart rate to accompany other adrenal-related conditions, including Cushing’s syndrome, Addison’s disease (both of these are caused by EBV), and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Excerpt from Thyroid Healing by Anthony William, p52-53. Continue reading and get your copy today at http://amzn.to/2mfPiJ0
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