I have lost 35 pounds and kept it off for 8 months. Eat less, watch your portion size, and exercise. When people ask me how I lost the weight I say it’s two words…eat less.
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Fri, Jan 24 11:02am · Afib Triggers: Mine is my neck or body position, yours? in Heart Rhythm Conditions
You will. Persist and advocate for your health. It’s worth it
Thu, Jan 23 7:41pm · Afib Triggers: Mine is my neck or body position, yours? in Heart Rhythm Conditions
Sorry but I’ve never heard of permanent afib. I had afib since 2011 but it increased in frequency to about 2-3 a week in the last year. I have heard of people having multiple ablations but also those who have no afib after just one ablation. I consider myself lucky to have had the ablation take care of my heart issues. I never had a cardioversion.
Tue, Jan 21 6:57pm · Afib Triggers: Mine is my neck or body position, yours? in Heart Rhythm Conditions
I had an ablation in August and haven’t had afib since.
I diligently track in LoseIt every day. A very easy app to use. If I don’t record, I tend to slowly gain back. I record what I see as “bad foods” in snacks so I can see how many calories could have gone to good foods instead. It’s too many but I’m staying stable in weight so that’s fine for now. Will reduce those soon. Biked 28 miles today so getting exercise as well.
Sun, Jan 12 7:22pm · Afib Triggers: Mine is my neck or body position, yours? in Heart Rhythm Conditions
Any liquor at all and caffeine are particular triggers. I could drink one glass of wine and my pulse would shoot up to 180 and I’d go into afib. Same with caffeine. Stress would be a trigger as well but I could also go into afib simply when watching TV.
I don’t drink at all now and I limit caffeine to an occasional piece of chocolate. I had an ablation in August and all is well, no afib at all. But I still am careful with triggers and don’t drink, watch stress, and limit caffeine.
I had an ablation in August and have had no problems since. Am on Lorsatan once a day and Eliquis 2x daily. Previously had afib 2-3x/week. I'm wondering what's holding your doctor back from the ablation. So glad I had it as I worry less and am comfortable that my health is much better.