Brindusa (Brenda) Vanta is an alternative health care doctor, author and medical writer. She has written for the Livestrong, South Asian Health Chronicle, Oakville Massage Community and Information Network, and she focuses on nutrition and homeopathy. She received her MD degree from Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine, Romania, and her HD diploma from Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine.
Avoiding the flu can be tricky, but you want to keep your heart healthy and symptom free. Avoid triggers of Afib, and have a cold and flu prevention plan.
Consider these tips for casting off worry so you can minimize risks and enjoy a happy Thanksgiving with atrial fibrillation.
Many wonder: is atrial fibrillation hereditary? Scientists believe there is a genetic component and more studies are confirming this hypothesis.
You may want to explore the possibility of getting a pacemaker for Afib. Let’s look at benefits and potential risks of this treatment option.
These supplements for atrial fibrillation may help reduce your symptoms. Talk to your doctor first, as they may interfere with medication you currently use.
New studies found a correlation between episodes of AFib and air pollution; certain air pollutants can increase the risk of AFib and other heart conditions.
Like any other heart disease, AFIB has to be managed properly with medication and a healthy lifestyle. Here are a few atrial fibrillation activities.