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.
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!