Dizzy and fatigued

Hello, on July I eat from outside with my sister and after eating we both felt dizzy with no other symptoms I been dizzy since that time. And I was having heart palpitations before that day, a month later I went to my cardiologist where I did ekg, echo, and 5 days monitor. I was diagnosed with svt on 10/14/22 and my doctor prescribed atenolol (beta blocker) and since than I have been more dizzy than before, I’m dizzy and fatigue 24/7. I want to stop taking my medication I have been taking it for 88 days. My cardiologist ask me to stop my medication for two days because I will do a stress test tomorrow.
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    Hi, Dizziness and other factors are the cause of loss of minerals and deficiency and lack of blood flow. In order to get this fixed, we need to saturate with Magnesium Chloride, take trace minerals, and Nitrate supplement to prevent any clogging from loss of minerals in the body. In addition, would like to see what food/drinks you consume, to get a clearer picture Magnesium Chloride: take 10 drops every 1 cup of water every 2hrs https://ca.iherb.com/pr/trace-minerals-low-sodium-mega-mag-400-mg-4-fl-oz-118-ml/23262 Trace Minerals: Take 20 drops in 1 litre of water, and could be mixed with magnesium https://ca.iherb.com/pr/trace-minerals-concentrace-trace-mineral-drops-4-fl-oz-118-ml/22266 Nitrate Supplement: Take 2 capsules every morning https://www.berkeleylife.com/register/?practitioner_code=MD2021

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