The answer to this isn’t as cut and dry as you would think. The best NOAC, or blood thinner, is the one that is best for your unique health condition and situation. For some, Xarelto will work best. For others, Eliquis will be the best choice. And still others will do best on warfarin (or for whatever reason warfarin may be the only option). There was a study published in November 2017, however, that demonstrated Eliquis as being the best NOAC for non-valvular atrial fibrillation.
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This year my appointment was on Wednesday, September 27th, and it was totally different from last year’s appointment. My heart was totally calm this year during the appointment and for several days leading up to it.
If you’ve been following this blog, you know I do an EXA test and a RBC magnesium test every year. I’ve been working on increasing my magnesium levels for the past couple years.
As someone with atrial fibrillation, PVCs and PACs, magnesium supplements are as important to me as eating and drinking water. I don’t go a day without them. My supplement of choice is ReMag. Find out why!