Does Möller’s omega-3 fish oil help to improve brain possibility and reduce hight hert rate? Is this product from Moller only abuse of well developed brands?

  • What is the cause of high heart rate in question: anxiety, arrhythmia or other health condition? – Jan Nov 28 '18 at 14:32
  • The root cause is unknown for me. My hormons was in good rates. I have decide to try this nutrition to reduce heartbeate because my average rate in rest state is some hight (some more than 80). – Andrey Zinovich Nov 28 '18 at 14:39
  • See a doctor for that, it's not something to try to treat on your own – DoctorWhom Nov 28 '18 at 18:06
  • Dear friends, thank you for your answers. – Andrey Zinovich Nov 29 '18 at 6:28
  • Dear @Carey please see the main question. It isn't related to my personal physician. The question is only about particular nutrition and how it can help improve people's health. – Andrey Zinovich Nov 29 '18 at 6:28

The omega-3 supplement provider claims that omega-3 fatty acid supplements are important for proper functioning of the heart and brain, among other.

This review Reduction of heart rate by omega-3 fatty acids and the potential underlying mechanisms (PubMed, 2012) concludes:

Recent human and animal studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids can reduce heart rate.

In one small 2006 study in men with myocardial infarct, omega-3 fatty acids decreased heart rate at rest from 73 +/- 13 to 68 +/- 13 beats/min.

But this alone are just some dry statistical facts. For anyone with a high heart rate of an unknown origin, I strongly suggest to get a diagnosis from a heart specialist before starting any treatment, including omega-3 supplements. The treatment choice largely depends on the cause.

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