Atrial Fibrillation-3 Million Cases And 7 Risk Factors

The irregular heart rhythm named Atrial Fibrillation affects close to three million people in the United States. While Cardiologists can provide the most accurate diagnosis, Atrial Fibrillation doesn’t always lead to major complications. In fact, some people live with it for many years. Although this heart rhythm can lead to strokes, the symptoms often go unnoticed, and many patients just…

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Key Facts About Atrial Fibrillation

There are some key facts about atrial fibrillation you should be acquainted with. If you’ve been diagnosed with Atrial Fibrillation, you’re not alone. 1% of our population has it, and it’s the most common wayward heart rhythm seen by physicians today.   ➡ Men and women over the age of 40 have a one in four risks of developing A-fib ➡ The risk…

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Alcohol And Your Heart – Oh My!

Trust me, this isn’t an easy subject to write about…most people would prefer I avoid it, including some in my own family. But I’d be remiss if I didn’t. It’s about drinking alcohol and your heart. We’ve all heard that a glass of wine is good for our hearts, for our circulation. And there’s truth, and fiction, about that. The…

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Controlling Atrial Fibrillation In 9 Steps

Come on in and let me show you the possibility of controlling atrial fibrillation in 9 steps. Atrial Fibrillation, an erratic heart rhythm, is a common side effect after cardiac surgery, especially after a Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG). Anything that interferes with the heart’s ability to do its job can cause a glitch in the heart’s normal rhythm. While Atrial…

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