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meh206
Wednesday, December 29, 2010, 5:17am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Has anyone on here ever had atrial fib?
I have had several bouts of it since 1996. Which is the best program to follow?
BTD, GTD or Swammi?
Any other suggestions?
Thanks so much for the information.
Maryann

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try the cardio book for starts...follow the protocols therein


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Thanks Lola.
I meant to ask about the cardio book also.
Maryann
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you can always migrate over to swami, once you have that under control....
make sure to check the cardio box in your health history


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I get an arrhythmia.  I don't get it a lot right now.  In fact, I haven't had it for a while.  BUT, I watch my heart rate and don't get it up to high for too long.  So, I live a relatively low key lifestyle to deal with it.  I'm hoping that can change someday.  

I have had it for quite a while now and I have come to the conclusion that foods definitely can be a trigger.  Onions for me.  


Also, I think metal toxicity can cause them.  If you're a nonnie, this could be a real possibility for you.  There are many causes and that is the big challenge with regular M.D.'s.  They're pretty much reserved to not figuring out why, but treating the symptoms.  In their defense, there can be so many causes, it's hard to peg.  Yet, they don't even seem to even care to try.  Except the fact that they may tell you to watch your caffeine intake.  That actually seemed to help me, as I don't drink anything with caffeine in it.  I will eat a little bit of chocolate here and there.  But I used to drink lattes every day.  And I used to get them regularly.  Although I was a lot more active back then also.  

I hope you find out what triggers it for you and how you can deal with it.  I have a friend that has A fib.  And he had another type of arrhythmia also.  One he got the zap treatment for and that seemed to work, after the 2nd time.  But they told him there wasn't any procedure to deal with the second arrhythmia.  The drugs made him feel so horrible, he just deals with it, as it is intermittent and many times it pops up when sleeping.  


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