How A-Fib Damages Your Heart, Brain and Other Organs
A-Fib reduces the amount of blood flowing to the rest of your body by about 15%–30% and can have damaging effects.
That’s because the upper parts of your heart (the atria) aren’t pumping enough blood into the lower chambers of your heart (the ventricles). At the same time, your heart is working progressively harder and harder.
Here’s what can happen to your heart if you choose to just ‘live with Atrial Fibrillation”:
Don’t Just Live With Your A-Fib
Don’t listen to doctors who advise you to ‘live with A-Fib’ and who prescribe a lifetime on medication. Get a second opinion, or even a third! Educate yourself.
Seek your A-Fib cure!