Is There Any Natural Treatment for Atrial Fibrillation?

NO!

Atrial Fibrillation might make people feel uncomfortable but it doesn’t kill people if you take proper medication. The danger from Atrial Fibrillation relies in no medication, because Atrial Fibrillation causes blood clot, it leads to stroke. The major death cause of Atrial Fibrillation patients is stroke. Stroke is only prevented by taking medication regularly.

If Atrial Fibrillation hits you, go visit your doctor asap. In a limited period of time, doctors can help turn it back to normal. If you miss the golden period, then you may need to live with it.  At that time medication is a MUST. 

Your heart consists of the atria (the top part) and the ventricles (the bottom part). The two parts work together to enable the blood circulation in your body. But when your atria refuse to cooperate with the ventricles and starts to run its own business, you may get atrial fibrillation.

You can try natural treatment to make yourself feel better. Doing yoga 1 hour a day and 3 times a week helps to lower your blood pressure, heart rate and the number of AFib episodes. And you should be careful with your weight. A normal weight puts you in a more promising position of getting recovered. Positive emotions restrain your AFib from breaking out, so you should do something to lift your mood and keep your stress in check. As the lack of Vitamin D may cause heart problem, you have to take in enough Vitamin D as well as other heart-healthy elements such as omega-3 fatty acids. You can begin a heart-friendly diet including chicken, fish and other lean proteins. Remember all of the above natural ways can’t replace medication. 

 

 

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