Avoid processed foods, consuming a diet of whole foods found in nature.
- Keep an active lifestyle
Depending what your physician recommends, activity as simple as walking and strengthening exercises should be sufficient.
- Focus on stress reduction:
Whether it’s implementing a meditation regimen or daily quiet time, stress aids in hormone imbalances which is linked to atrial fibrillation.
- Visit a cardiologist annually if you are at risk
A cardiologist will be able to ascertain which treatment method is right for you as well provide you with properly medically license guidance.
If you or a loved one has any of the above symptoms (and, just as importantly, even if you don’t), getting checked for AFib can save your life and prevent a serious medical event such as a stroke.
National Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month exists to help everyday people and their families prevent tragedies down the line. Take it seriously. We will check you for AFib and help you lead a happier, healthier, longer life.