Read more about heart palpitations at night in this article. Picture this: You’re lying in bed after a long day, ready for a good night’s rest, when suddenly, you feel a strange sensation in your chest. Your heart seems to be pounding, racing, or even skipping beats. This can be quite alarming, and you may…
Looking for the best blood pressure monitors with AFib detection? This guide provides a comprehensive review to help you make an informed choice.
Learn more about kardiamobile devices in this article. Imagine being able to unlock the power of heart health with the convenience of your smartphone. KardiaMobile Personal EKG allows you to do just that. This portable, easy-to-use device puts control in your hands, enabling you to detect atrial fibrillation, monitor your heart health, and gain valuable…
Learn more about when to go to the hospital for rapid heart rate in this article. Imagine the sudden feeling of a heart racing, accompanied by dizziness and chest pain. A trip to the emergency room reveals that you have a rapid heart rate, also known as tachycardia. In this blog post, we will explore…
In this article, I will discuss the Apple Watch ECG feature, present on the Apple Watch Series 4, 5, and 6. While this seemed like some pretty revolutionary tech at its launch, let’s talk about the practicality and benefits for a person living with AFib.
AFib and coronary artery disease are two very common heart conditions. Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common cardiovascular disease, while atrial fibrillation (AFib) is the most common cardiac arrhythmia. Still, there’s a great deal of misunderstanding on how coronary artery disease and atrial fibrillation relate to each other and how to manage patients that may have both conditions.
In this blog post I discuss tips for patients recently diagnosed with atrial fibrillation. I will discuss the important first steps to take for your treatment and when to seek expert consultation.
Here I will discuss chronic atrial fibrillation and give tips for people who are living with chronic atrial fibrillation. So, what does it mean to have chronic atrial fibrillation?
Atrial flutter is a common heart arrhythmia that can cause severe symptoms and increase risk for stroke. Learn more about atrial flutter symptoms and treatment options. Read more about the similarities between atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter here.
The Dr. AFib review of the very popular KardiaMobile and KardiaMobile 6L. These products have been designed for at home monitoring of atrial fibrillation and many people living with atrial fibrillation have found them very useful. Read more about these fantastic devices here. Get your own KardiaMobile device today.