AFib Progression
Jeffrey Redekopp
Jeffrey Redekopp
March 11, 2019
According to studies, AFib progression is typically rapid within the first year post-diagnosis. However, research shows that the progression can be slowed.

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Video 5 Common Atrial Fibrillation Myths Busted video

5 Common Atrial Fibrillation Myths Busted

There is a lot of outdated information out there about atrial fibrillation, so let’s get the facts straight. Here's truth about misconceptions about AFib.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on June 15, 2016
Infographic afib and anxiety infographic

How to Ease Your Anxiety With AFib

Many chronic illness sufferers experience anxiety. It could be a pre-existing condition, but in many cases it is due to their pain and stress.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on April 26, 2016
AFib in Young People

Why AFib Develops Early and What Can be Done

You might think atrial fibrillation is only a disorder found in older people. However, AFib in young people does occur.
by Angela Finlay on April 18, 2016
Myths About AFib

9 Myths About Atrial Fibrillation Busted

Many rumors and outdated information exist about this condition, so to set the record straight we've dispelled nine of the common myths about AFib.
by Patricia Bratianu on December 2, 2015
AFib Misdiagnosis

Why Is Misdiagnosis So Common Among AFib Patients?

Afib misdiagnosis is a common occurrence because the symptoms can be so quiet or vague it’s extremely difficult to trace them back to a source.
by Angela Finlay on November 17, 2015
Afib and Swelling

How the Risks of Swelling Can Affect Those With AFib

If you have AFib, your irregular heartbeat may make your heart pump less effectively. This may result in swelling of your hands, feet, or other body parts.
by Patricia Bratianu on November 3, 2015
Explaining AFib to Loved Ones

How To Explain AFib to Loved Ones

Explaining AFib to the people in your life can be difficult. Consider these tips for educating your loved ones.
by Eric Patterson on August 17, 2015
Understanding How AFib and Hypertension Interact

The Dangerous Link Between AFib and High Blood Pressure

Atrial fibrillation and coronary artery disease are different conditions – but AFib and high blood pressure are related, and there are risks.
by Angela Finlay on July 21, 2015
Reducing Blood Pressure

6 Easy Ways to Lower Your Blood Pressure

By reducing blood pressure, you can reduce your risk of developing Afib; lifestyle changes have shown to be the most effective in reducing blood pressure.
by Patricia Bratianu on July 15, 2015
Are My AFib and Shortness of Breath Related?

Are My AFib and Shortness of Breath Related?

Learn how your heart may be affecting your lungs, both directly and through other connected disorders, so you can avoid Afib and shortness of breath.
by Angela Finlay on June 23, 2015