When patients get an AFib Attack, when is it that they should go to the emergency room or get urgent medical attention? This is a common question that I get, patients want to have some guideline to know when is it safe to be at home.
What can cause an individual episode of atrial fibrillation? In this segment, I will discuss things that can actually exacerbate or trigger an episode of atrial fibrillation. Now, some of these triggers don't apply to everyone. Figuring out which triggers affect your atrial fibrillation means you needing to be a detective about your own atrial fibrillation to know what more commonly triggers your atrial fibrillation, so you know better what to avoid. What are some common triggers for atrial fibrillation?
Imagine being at the start of an AFib attack. Sure… you don’t have to imagine it. You are living with AFIb. Commonly, you have palpitations, rapid or irregular heartbeat, chest pain, and simultaneously may also feel extreme anxiety. Wouldn’t it be helpful to know what to do during an AFib attack? Well, that’s what my patients have said to me. So, I’ve decided to think about some simple things you can do to help work through it.