I'll admit it, sometimes I'm dumb but I hope my little story helps anyone else in a similar position.
I have Cardiomyopathy and a symptom of this is AF. On 11 November I flipped into AF. I got myself to hospital and on 12 November I was duly Cardioverted and sent home with my meds doubled (Bisoprolol). I went straight back to work on 14 November.
I felt awful, putting this down to the increase in meds. On Saturday 3 December, I flipped back into AF again and again went to hospital where I was Cardioverted and sent home. Again I went back to work the following Monday.
By Wednesday 7 December I was feeling so ill. Doctors weren't interested because my vitals were "normal" but I felt I was heading towards another AF session.
So, I ended up calling in sick and sleeping and resting as much as I could. I didn't do anything taxing, I just took it easy, ate well and slept. Now, 3 days latter I'm feeling a lot better. In fact, I am feeling so much better I'm going to review my life and make more changes that reduce harmful stress...I'm also going to sleep more!
I offer this advice to anyone that, like me, can be dumb sometimes.