In this article I will discuss the 2019 Guidelines Update on the Management Of The Patient With Atrial Fibrillation. I’ll discuss several new points about the management of atrial fibrillation patients.
Today I will be discussing shortness of breath and the question ‘why does atrial fibrillation make you feel short of breath?’ There's many ways in which atrial fibrillation can make somebody feel short of breath, so lets go over a few examples.
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?
These monitors are like the heart monitors that you have worn in your doctor’s office, except it's underneath your skin. You don't have to actually wear anything and you can go and do all your normal activities. These devices have a battery life that typically lasts for three years. It can give your doctor a lot of information about how your atrial fibrillation is doing.
What are signs and symptoms of atrial fibrillation? How do you know if your symptoms could be due to atrial fibrillation? This is something that a lot of people ask questions about. What does atrial fibrillation feel like? How do you know if you have atrial fibrillation? There are people out there that have not been diagnosed yet with atrial fibrillation and are having symptoms and want to know if it is possible to have atrial fibrillation.