This story is sure to inspire. Ilona is a 45-year-old woman from New York City. She battled paroxysmal afib for 2 1/2 years despite being on drugs to manage it. She decided to have an ablation. In this post she writes about her experience.
You may have read that the success rates of afib ablations aren’t that great but there is a way to increase your odds – choose the right EP! Find out why it’s so important to look for an expert EP and how to find one!
Anyone with atrial fibrillation needs to pay as much attention to potassium as they do to magnesium. Potassium has a profound impact on heart health and optimized potassium levels may even help prevent afib attacks.
Do you experience stress, anxiety, and worry when traveling with atrial fibrillation? You’re not alone! In this Q&A I provide 15+ practical tips for worry-free travel with afib.
Is it best to have an ablation sooner than later to treat your atrial fibrillation, or is it o.k. to try to manage it for a while with drugs? Find out when it’s time to seriously consider having an ablation for the best possible outcome!