Did you recently discover that you or a loved one have Atrial Fibrillation?

Atrial fibrillation (afib) is the most common heart rhythm disorder and is characterized by heart palpitations, and shortness of breath. This progressive and debilitating disease can lead to stroke, heart failure, and possibly Alzheimer’s disease, and can increase the risk of death. Afib takes a physical, emotional, and a financial toll on those living with it. Not just the patient, but the family, as well.

Atrial fibrillationHave you ever wondered if you are at risk for Atrial fibrillation, or whether you might have it already, or if you want to know how to manage Afib? Then you are on the right track. Treatingafib.net is here to help update your knowledge about Afib, to help improve your quality of life if you are already living with it, and to help you avoid an Afib related stroke, or an irregular and often rapid heart rate that can increase your risk of stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.

You might not know but atrial fibrillation symptoms often include heart palpitations, dizziness and weakness. Incidents of atrial fibrillation can come and go, or you may develop one which doesn’t go away and may require treatment. Although atrial fibrillation itself usually isn’t life-threatening, it may become a serious medical condition that sometimes requires emergency treatment. It may also lead to complications like blood clots forming in the heart that may circulate to other organs and lead to blocked blood flow.

Learn more about treatments for atrial fibrillation from treatingafib.net which may include medications and other interventions to try to alter the heart’s electrical system.

Do not be part of many who believe the last thing you should do if you have atrial fibrillation (Afib) is hope it will just go away or ignore it. We strongly recommend you talk to your doctor about it and reclaim your regular life even if you are experiencing few or no symptoms at all. Afib has a significantly higher risk of stroke, hence we encourage you to  join the millions of people who got their rhythm back because they visited treatingafib.net. Remember, a stitch in time saves nine.