Suspicion of atrial fibrillation can often be obtained simply by measuring the heart rate. Therefore, you should know how to check your pulseRead more
How to prevent atrial fibrillation
With the right combination of treatment, diet, and exercise,it is possible to prevent the most harmful effects of atrial fibrillation: blood clots and heart failure. If you start early enough it is possible to significantly limit your risk of developing atrial fibrillation at all, or at least stop it from recurring in the future.
In the posts below, you can read more about how to prevent atrial fibrillation
Unnoticed factors that can trigger atrial fibrillation
There are many factors that can trigger atrial fibrillation - understanding these can help you avoid developing or worsening your afib.Read more
Atrial fibrillation and alcohol
It is important to understand the difference between alcohol as a risk factor for developing atrial fibrillation or as a risk factor for relapseRead more
Stress and Atrial Fibrillation
This article will cover the relationship between stress and atrial fibrillation as a risk factor for development and as a trigger of afib.Read more
Healthy lifestyle and Atrial Fibrillation
A Healthy lifestyle and Atrial Fibrillation means a moderate alcohol consumption, weight loss, physical activity, and a healthy diet.Read more
Can smoking cause Atrial Fibrillation?
Smoking and atrial fibrillation. The increased risk of afib as an active smoker, corresponds to the difference in risk between 60 and 63-year olds.Read more