I was recently accused of lying about my afib story and that I was just trying to make money off of people’s health condition. While these accusations are complete nonsense, I thought it might be a good idea to address them!
In this week’s Question of the Week a new format is launched – audio! I answer a question I received from one of my readers – is it possible to only have one afib episode in your life?
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.
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.
For this post, I interviewed Cliff Pendell, VP of Operations for JRC Insurance Group, to discuss life insurance options for people with afib. You’ll discover that afibbers have lots of options and won’t necessarily pay outrageous premiums either!