The Drug-Free CURE for A-Fib?
Did you know your heart beats over 115,000 times in a day… and about 3 BILLION times over the course of your life?
It’s easy to take your hard-working heart for granted…until something goes wrong.
People suffering from atrial fibrillation, or a-fib, know that all too well.
A-fib occurs when the heart beats erratically instead of in a steady rhythm. In the short term, you might notice symptoms like shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and dizziness.
But over time, it increases your risk of heart failure and stroke.
Most mainstream treatments focus on using drugs to manage the condition.
But a recent study discovered a non-drug, 100% FREE way to REVERSE the progression of this dangerous heart condition.
Obesity and atrial fibrillation go hand-in-hand.
Obesity causes many of the problems that increase the risk of a-fib, including high blood pressure, diabetes, and sleep apnea.
Previous studies have shown that losing weight can help improve the symptoms associated with a-fib, while also preventing a-fib episodes from happening as regularly.
But we now know that losing weight can do MUCH more than that.
According to a recent study published in the journal Europace, losing weight can CURE a-fib.
The study included 355 obese a-fib patients who followed a structured weight loss program. Four years later, in the people who had lost 10% of their weight, 88% of adults were either a-fib-free, or had gone from having persistent episodes to what’s called paroxysmal a-fib.
The difference is that persistent a-fib can last for months and typically requires treatment. Paroxysmal a-fib, on the other hand, lasts less than a week and resolves on its own.
So even in those whose a-fib wasn’t cured, this represents a major improvement.
The picture was much different in the people who barely lost any weight. In these individuals, 41% saw their condition get worse, progressing from paroxysmal to persistent a-fib.
You’ll never hear me say that losing weight is easy, but it’s always worth it—especially when it could mean the difference between having a life-threatening heart condition…and being completely cured.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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