There are not many cardiologists who are well acquainted with a vagal character of AF. They always mention that they heard about it and suggest that I
google it. I do get a mild AF always in the evening after a small supper and when I am resting after evening meal. I never get it before 5:00 pm , and I never get it when I physically work or exercise during the day. It has nothing to do with the selection of food. I could feel great after the food eating for the breakfast and if I would eat the same food in the evening I would get AF.
For those who have vagal AF I would like to know how you cope with it and what kind of medications you taking. I am not taking currently any anticoagulants.