Atrial Fibrillation: The Most Common Heart Arrhythmia

Diseases of the heart and blood vessels are the leading causes of death and disability in men and women in the United States, but recent data demonstrates that you can have a positive impact on reducing your risk of cardiovascular disease through lifestyle changes. Join us for a comprehensive review of these complex, but now preventable and treatable, conditions.

Series: UCSF Mini Medical School for the Public [8/2010] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 18544]

The video talks about a link to Knol.google…. but that link is expired. In it's place we suggest this link:  https://www.ucsfhealth.org/conditions/atrial_fibrillation/


You May Also Like These posts...
Acetyle L Carnitine and Fat Burning

The Gats Magnesium Protocol

I recently ran into a fellow who has been quietly working on his own palpitation situation. He believes he has discovered some meaningful breakthroughs in controlling palpitations.

Heart Palpitations

Stop or Prevent Heart Palpitations

Learning to stop or prevent heart palpitations is key to your well-being. Discover why you have palpitations, and exactly what you can do to ensure you no longer have them!

Heart palps book

Arrhythmia and Palpitations: When You Have No Clue Your Doctor Can't Find What's Wrong!

Arrhythmia can be very annoying. Many people have been experiencing palpitations for years with no relief. If you search the internet, you will find thousands of people frustrated and looking for relief.

Stop heart palpitations

How To Stop or Prevent Heart Palpitations

People all over the world suffer from heart palpitations that are so devastating that they lives are affected immensely. These people visit their doctors, but are told that their hearts are fine.

heart health

What Is Atrial Fibrillation?

If a diagnosis of atrial fibrillation is made, the physician is an important source of information about therapy. An open and trusting conversation with the doctor or the specialist for dealing with the disease

Recommended For You

About the Author: Nick Walsh

Nick began blogging about heart palpitations in 2002, after suffering multiple afib events that landed him in the ER with heart rates in excess of 210 BPM! Nick spent 7 years researching the risk factors for palpitations before coming to some conclusions about this health issue. You'll find strong opinions on these pages that might offend anyone that slurps from big pharma's propaganda about health and wellness.