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!
One of the first supplements atrial fibrillation patients turn to for a potential natural treatment is magnesium – and for good reason. The heart has more magnesium than any other organ in the body.
If you have been diagnosed with atrial fibrillation, suffer from rapid or irregular heartbeat, have chest pain or feel anxious (especially at night), consider these recommendations.
We’ve talked about the benefits of yoga before, but I wanted to take a moment to share a newer article promoting its benefits. One reason yoga is so beneficial is it’s less intense, less boring, and less painful than many forms of exercise, which makes it easier to stick to. But it’s also been tested extensively for its benefits to heart health. A group of researchers set out to study whether yoga can modify traditional cardiac risk factors. They did […]