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Tony wrote at 2010-02-08 13:25:40
The experience you described sounds very similar to one I experienced recently as a result of gym work and physical exercise. I too saw a doctor and found that everything was normal and concluded that there was nothing to be concerned about. I later took the advice of another and removed the Gatorade from my exercise routine and found that my symptoms had disappeared. The Gatorade and other electrolytic drinks seem to work in a strange way as my heart Palpitations occurred days after the Gatorade consumption. Seems whatever chemical is used in the drink stays in the body for several days and has a very negative effect towards the end.


Dillard Bard wrote at 2013-04-17 14:31:52
I was drinking LARGE amounts of (Gatorade) I started having strong chest pains.  I looked up Gatorade and found too much gatorade.



I stopped Gatorade and have not had the chest pains since.



Hopefully the chest pains did not cause heart trouble. (72)


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David Richardson

Expertise

Adult heart function and disease. Not very good about children lesss than 12. Hypertension is o.k. Heart rhythm a special interest.

Experience

Certified in cardiology by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Was chairman of division of cardiology at the Medical College of Virginia. Am now mostly retired.

Organizations
Fellow of American Heart Association and American College of Cardiology and member of American Physiological Society..

Publications
Circulation, American Heart Journal, Hypertension.

Education/Credentials
M.D. from Harvard Medical School. Residency training at Yale Uhniversity School of Medicine and Medical College of Virginia.

Awards and Honors
Gold Heartt Award from American Heart Association in 1995.

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