Aspirin is often recommended by doctors for people with afib. I suspect there are many afibbers reading this blog that are taking aspirin in hopes of preventing a stroke. As you’ll soon discover, taking aspirin may not be the best idea.
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!
A study conducted in Norway demonstrated how exercise can be very beneficial for people who have atrial fibrillation. The study also provided an exercise road map for afibbers to follow!
I’ve got good news, yes you can exercise with atrial fibrillation! In fact, there are several health benefits of exercise for afibbers. In this post I provide a number of tips on how to safely exercise if you have afib.