I have not had time to read much on this site of late so am a bit out of date on all the topics being presented.
I am always a bit reluctant to talk about my "test tube of one" experiments with my Scenar device and my chiropractor treatments since they are so not mainstream. Yet, I think I should at least comment from time to time in case others wish to pay attention to any impacts/symptoms they may have from physical positioning. It seems for me that my AF episodes are significantly impacted by physical positioning. Most often, when AF begins, I can stop it by standing and putting pressure on my neck. If I sit in one very expensive lounge chair, I am guaranteed that AF will start in 5 to 10 minutes. Sometime in the car it wilI start but can be stopped by changing the seat position or the lumbar support. For the last week or so, at least now I can sleep through the night which I have not been able to do for a long time since I get up to stop an AF episode. How long this change will last is a crap shoot.
I tried the Scenar treatment for the heart without much improvement. This made me wonder if the problem is the heart. Lately, I have been experimenting with back, joint and vagus nerve treatments. These have changed how my AF behaves. I would say I have achieved some positive improvement but have not been able to eliminate AF. I think I mentioned a chiropractor in Florida says he can cure AF by fixing the neck. I am not near Florida or I would make an appointment to see him.
I will continue to make comments as I continue my experiments. I still have not been able to get an EP appointment; so, unfortunately, I cannot get any advice about this. I have not been able to find any studies supporting what I am trying.
My wife uses the Scenar device more than me and she thinks it helps her immensely.