We Can’t Say it Enough: A-Fib Can be Cured!
Does this sound familiar?
You’re watching TV. An energetic, healthy, Kevin Nealon is talking about having A-Fib, “an irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem.” He’s excited to be off warfarin and on his new anticoagluant. Life is good again.
These drug ads are targeted at A-Fib patients. What these pharmaceutical company ads don’t tell you is…
• You are on these meds for life!
• These meds do nothing to treat your atrial fibrillation.
• A-Fib can be cured.
Don’t Settle for a Lifetime on Meds: Aim for A Cure
A-Fib is definitely curable. (I was cured of my A-Fib in 1998). If you have A-Fib, no matter how long you’ve had it, you should aim for a complete and permanent cure. See our Personal A-Fib stories of Hope and Courage to learn how others have dealt with the burden of atrial fibrillation.
If You’re a Newly Diagnosed Patient
If you are new to this website, or newly diagnosed, check out our Frequently Asked Questions by Newly Diagnosed Patients.
Scan the list of questions; but you might want to start with: “Is Atrial Fibrillation curable? Or can you only treat or control it?”
If You’re a Returning Reader: Check Out All Our Answers
♥ For the Newly Diagnosed A-Fib Patient
♥ Coping with Your A-Fib: Day-to-Day Issues
♥ Understanding Atrial Fibrillation
♥ Natural Therapies & Holistic Treatments
♥ Mineral Deficiencies & Supplements
♥ Drug Therapies and Medicines
♥ Catheter Ablation, PV Isolation/Ablation, CyroBalloon Ablation
Don’t Settle for a Life on A-Fib Meds
Aim for a Cure!