Have you ever wondered whether your lifestyle can affect your afib, and whether you could make changes that could prevent or slow the progression of afib?
If so, we’d like to invite you to listen in on a no-cost webinar playback of my interview with renowned afib genetics expert Dr. Emelia Benjamin.
Take Advantage Of This Rare Opportunity To Hear From A Top Afib Expert.
I was lucky to discover that I have A fib from a sleep study before getting a heart attack as my wife cousin did.
Then I dig a bit dipper on my issue: My father was a loud snorer
but he was never diagnosed with sleep apnea. At the time they didn’t
know is a dissed, just some people snores!
Than my father died from an embolism on the brain at 81 years; So I made the connection: Sleep apnea triggered a fib produced blood cloth(s) which traveled to the brain, eventually. So my issue could be genetic.
Thank you for sharing your afib story – we are so glad you detected your afib before anything serious occurred. You may be interested in joining our patient discussion forum (http://forum.stopafib.org/index.php) to connect with other patients who collectively have a great amount of knowledge and experience. You may want to post your story and experience there, and you may also learn a lot from others who have already shared their experience.
You’ll need to join to see and participate in the discussion. To do so, go to forum.stopafib.org, and click on the big red button that says, “Sign Up”. Once you sign up by registering your email address, your preferred username, and a password, you’ll receive an email to confirm your interest in joining the forum. Click on the confirmation link in that email, and you are ready to go. You’ll be able to log into the forum, read the discussions, and participate. I hope that you are able to find others to connect with there that can give you advice, suggestions, and hope.
You can view a how-to video here: http://getinrhythm.com/how-to-register-on-forum
There are many resources on living with afib that you might find helpful. For more information on afib and afib management, we have many resources available to you.
• News Stories on afib http://www.stopafib.org/news.cfm
• Patient Resources at MyAfibExperience.org
• Afib Blog
• Video Presentations from the 2015 Atrial Fibrillation Patient Event
Best of luck to you! We wish you sinus rhythm.