Since I just posted something about placebo, I thought I would update my Scenar experience. I have been trying this for a few weeks now; not always consistently. Nevertheless, I seem to have reduced my AF episodes. I can pretty much always stop irregular beats if I catch them early; and the other night, I was able to stop an AF episode that had started while I was sleeping. With Scenar there are many frequencies and treatments to try so it takes a while to find out what works for me. I am making enough progress that I am pleased with the results so far. I was having AF about once every two days and now I have only had AF twice in the last three weeks. And the missed beats are much more infrequent. Two of those weeks were spent traveling from Canada to vacation in France; and the last one was super stressful when I returned home. During these weeks, I was not going to the chiropractor. I was using my own device.
As an aside, we did use the Scenar for many other reasons. My wife uses it consistently to manage her headaches. She works and sits most of the time; so when we travel, her feet are a real problem. Scenar was her best friend. She used it on muscle aches as well. She used it far more than me. I even tried it to help my very skeptical brother-in-law with his physical pain issues. He is an avid French cyclist. Even though one treatment by me helped, even though I did not know the best treatment to use, he could not overcome his skepticism to try it again. Instead I got lots of criticism, not unlike some people on this forum. The screening mode is cool. I could pinpoint the exact location of his pain without him telling me. The brain can often block both positive and negative impacts. Now if we could learn to have it allow only the positive and not the negative. I think for AF sufferers (and maybe cyclists) this is a huge challenge. Chill, I am just kidding about cyclists.