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It may seem silly at first, but keeping a journal is a great tool for atrial fibrillation treatment. Here's how to make the most of your AFib journal.
Meditation is often misunderstood because it can mean several different things. Let's take a look at meditation for AFib and if you could benefit from it.
Explaining AFib to the people in your life can be difficult. Consider these tips for educating your loved ones.
You want to assist a loved one who has been diagnosed with AFib, but where do you start? Consider these tips for helping someone with atrial fibrillation.
What could AFib and anger possibly have to do with each other? Anger is actually a behavioral factor related to AFib. Consider these tips for managing it.
Physical illnesses often leads depression or anxiety, but do atrial fibrillation and depression have the same relationship?
Gaining awareness of AFib-related emotional health concerns will give you the information needed to find the right level of prevention and intervention.