Monthly Archives: July 2015

My a-fib blog. 5 reasons.

A-fib progression

I’m only 44 and want to do a lot of things. This AF heart of mine has definitely showed me that life is short. My doctors have said different things at different stages of my heart story. I know that age, type of exercise, diet, stress, medication and operations will all have an impact on the progression or lack of it in afib and I want to try and measure and catalogue it. At research shows that progression is typically fast in the first year after diagnosis.

The  afib progression scoring system HATCH can be used to predict what can happen with your AF heart in the future, and I want to understand that.

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About my heart and head

My Heart

I also have a “stubborn” heart that does not always beat the beat…..

I have lived with afib (atrial fibrillation) for a big part of my life. My first episode was when I was 24 but that actually is not the beginning of my heart story.
I want to share what I have seen, heard, felt, experienced, done, learned and also believe about afib and what it did to me and how it influenced and still influence’s me.
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