54 year old male. I went in for a physical checkup last month, and after the EKG test, my doctor sent me to a cardiologist. Turned out I have permanent Afib. They did a cardio-version, but it did not work. They informed me that my right atrium is severely enlarged, and the rest looks normal. Besides having cold hands, I have no symptoms. My average heart rate is around 70. When I run, my average heart rate is about 152. I'm very active and eat very healthy. I workout and run about 25 miles per week. Matter of fact, I just ran a half marathon couple weeks ago. I do not know when I got it, I guess I must have it for three years now. Since I know I have Afib, I'm taking magnesium taurate, baby aspirin and stopped drinking coffee. I feel great and have more energy. I can jump on the treadmill and run 10K without being tired. Is there anyone out there feeling the same? Any recommendations for me? I just don't want to take meds for the rest of my life.