Fear and anxiety from afib is as hard to deal with as the physical aspects of atrial fibrillation – if not more. Here are 15 things you can do to combat the mental and emotional challenges of having afib!
When we talk about the costs of living with afib (i.e. STAYING in afib) there are really two costs. There are the financial costs and the health, or quality of life costs. I discuss this topic with Dr. Steve Ryan of a-fib.com.
Does smoking marijuana or medical marijuana such as edibles and oils help or hurt patients with atrial fibrillation? I discuss this topic with Dr. Steve Ryan of a-fib.com.
It was just a little over two weeks ago that marked the third year of me being 100% free of any atrial fibrillation (without drugs) since my ablation on March 5, 2015. Despite this victory, however, the cloud of afib still lingers.
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.