A recent poster suggested that we should stop cycling....and that stirred things up a bit.
I've recently had my cage rattled by the suggestion that I'm so very lucky with my extremely mild version of AF. That's a bit like insulting a member of my family isn't it? I can do that but don't you try it! As far as I'm concerned my AF is mild because I make it so......and without being a junky.
And so, a bit like that fellow who suggested that we should stop cycling in order to cure AF, I will suggest an even better cure. Stop with the drugs....
Why are you taking them? No really, why are you taking them? Research what they do. Not withstanding that they have been prescribed. Do you really need to be taking a rate control drug? What is your RHR? Check the information leaflet, all of them say that I should not take this drug because my RHR is below the limit...but I still have AF.
Rhythm control? OK, what does arythmia do for you? I have PAF and so I know that I will revert to NSR some time within the next 24 to 36 hrs and I can live with that.
Be honest, do you REALLY need to be taking these drugs or are they just a crutch?
OK.....I'll fetch my coat....