Seven Ways to Cope With Your A-Fib Fear and Anxiety
For a substantial portion of A-Fib patients, the impact on their ‘quality of life’ extends beyond their beating heart. Atrial Fibrillation wreaks havoc with your head as well as your heart. Anxiety, fear and worry. And at times, anger.
The psychological and emotional effects of Atrial Fibrillation can be debilitating. Recent research indicates that “psychological distress” worsens the severity of A-Fib symptoms.
Read my article Coping With the Fear and Anxiety of Atrial Fibrillation for seven ways to fight your fears and ambush your anxiety! Atrial Fibrillation may be in your heart but it doesn’t have to be in your head.