How to Prevent and Treat AFib and Stroke?

AFib sounds common, but it’s not as simple as having a cold. You should take it seriously. Preventing AFib at the beginning should be the best way. You can make it by avoiding its risk factors, such as high blood pressure, stress, hyperthyroidism, excessive alcohol and caffein intake and so on.

If you are diagnosed with AFib, you must begin to treat it at once. A mild condition is matched with natural treatment or medications. The doctor prescribes you medicines to slow your heartbeat. A severe condition should be carried with a procedure (ablation) or a surgery (maze procedure). During the treatment for AFib, the prevention of stroke is also essential. The doctor often puts you on anticoagulant medicines to avoid the formation of blood clots, which usually lead to a stroke in the end.

 

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