Peptides and low heart arrythmia

Does anyone in this forum have experience in peptides . 

Do they harm , as anyone tried them ? 

Hope all is well 



by new to pace.... - 2024-03-24 21:56:22

I do not know the answer to your query.  But wonder why you have the need for the peptides.?

new to pace.   


by Penguin - 2024-03-25 06:01:33

I've only seen peptides advertised in skin care products, although I've (just) read about them in other contexts - creatine based products for athletic performance for example. It seems that many of them are banned substances in competition. 

You mention low rate arrhythmia in the title of your post.  Are you highlighting a link between peptides and arrhythmia?  If so could you explain which products you are alluding to and whether you are concerned that they might improve / exacerbate low rate arrhythmia or whether you are just enquiring? 




by Tracey_E - 2024-03-25 10:02:37

As Penguin said, I've only seen them in the context of collagen products for skin and joints. I take them daily but don't think it has any impact on heart. It won't hurt, might make your skin and hair nicer lol. 

You'll hear lots of claims about supplements but the truth is if you have a low heart rate, no amount of supplements or dietary changes are going to fix it. 

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