DISCLAIMER: This page is meant to provide educational information for patients living with Atrial Fibrillation. Providing this educational information does not constitute the practice of medicine and does not establish a physician-patient relationship with any individual who has access to these materials. I will not accept medical records from individual patients, nor can I prescribe medications or recommend individual testing or procedures. Any educational advice on this page does not replace an in-person consultation with your local cardiologist or electrophysiologist. Medical decision-making, which must account for a particular patient’s medical history and preferences for care, is very complex. I am a board-certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist practicing in the greater Houston, Texas area and am currently licensed to practice medicine only in the state of Texas.
Excess stress can contribute to triggering an AFib episode.If you are already living with AFib, reducing stress leads to better coping with it. That being said, skim through these ideas about reducing your... READ MORE
Did you know eating certain foods could trigger an AFib episode? It’s true.Especially if you are sensitive to spices and preservatives, you might want to know what foods to avoid that can cause... READ MORE
Newly released study findingsfrom a study doneby researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), collaborating with researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the Aalborg University and Institute... READ MORE