Features March 2015 Issue

Identify and Avoid Afib Triggers To Better Manage Your Condition

Certain activities or products may put your heart into atrial fibrillation, but understand that every individualís personal triggers are different.

Living with atrial fibrillation (Afib) means adhering to a strict medication regimen and adjusting your lifestyle to control the risk factors that can worsen your health or increase the frequency of Afib espisodes. This often means knowing and avoiding behaviors that can trigger your Afib.

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