AFib and Fitness Tracker App Possibilities

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When it comes to taking control of your AFib, there are many things you can do. For example, if you have a smart device, you might consider getting a fitness tracker app or smart watch to keep tabs on your … Continued

Why Should I Get an Ablation?

Why Should I Get an Ablation? Thank you for visiting this video segment for Dr. AFib, I’m Dr. Morales. In today’s video segment we’re going to be discussing “Why Should I Get an Ablation? ” I wanted to discuss this … Continued

Manage Your Stress – AFib Diet

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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 atrial fibrillation.Patients respond differently to foods and … Continued

Choosing AFib Catheter Ablation

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Are you an impatient patient? Do you expect your AFibto be “fixed”only using modern medicine?Expecting that your AFib can be fixed ONLY by surgery may hold you back from enjoying your best health.Your health is not “once and done.” It’s … Continued

Atrial Fibrillation And Stroke – New Smart Phone App Detects AFib

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The professional medical journal Circulationrecently published some exciting results of a study concerning atrial fibrillation and stroke help. This new study involves using a mobile phone app that detects AFib.Isn’t that interesting? The field of using smart phones or smart … Continued

Can I exercise with AFib?

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Transcript: Thank you for visiting this video segment of Dr. AFib, I’m Dr. Morales. Today we’re going to talking about Exercise with AFib. In my last video segment, I talked about obesity and weight loss and how weight loss is … Continued

Living With AFib Long Term

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Your health picture constantly changes. Nothing stays the same forever. In fact, not one second passes with your physical health going unchanged. People living with AFib long term can better cope with their “new normal” of an irregular heartbeat by … Continued