It’s important for people with atrial fibrillation to lose weight if they are overweight or obese so what if I told you there was a way to lose weight easily eating anything you want? It wouldn’t require you to diet at all. Would you be interested? If you’ve been struggling with weight loss you’ll want to read this post! I show you how I lost a combined 66 pounds!
I recently had my annual heart checkup with my local EP. We discussed the results of my echo, various heart medicines to manage afib, when to go to the ER when you have an afib attack, what the “cardioversion window” is all about, and how to prepare for an atrial fibrillation episode. There is a lot of great info in this post. You’ll want to be sure to read it!
I continue to be free of afib but a recent routine annual physical showed that my ALT and AST liver enzymes were elevated. In this post I talk about this saga and what my diagnosis was. I also talk about my struggles with my diet and what I’m doing to improve it.
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.