There are a number of afib apps now available on your smart phone. Some folks might fight it helpful to check for afib from time to time throughout the day, if they have any doubt.I have d No signs of heart rhythm here, or I don’t recognize Afib.
I hated bisoprolol---depressed zombie bad dreams--nightmareThanks guys for the advice as always appreciated
Does anyone else have experience of Bisoprolol in the States or UK
Like I say I'm on 2.5mg once a day
It would be good to know the dosage levels of others if possible
Ugh I can remember what thats like, couldn't sleep, couldnt think about anything else. Im surprised though you have to schedule a date to do it, and almost a month out. I just went into the emergency room and was released a matter of hours later.Got my electrical cardioversion booked for 6th July
Being in constant AFib is really annoying me now tbh
I doubt that it will do any harm, and it could possibly do you some good. I have been taking magnesium for about 18 months. I stopped 10 days prior to surgery, as my surgeon's office instructed the halting of all mineral supplements. Following my surgery, as is standard procedure, I was put on a diuretic. Soon after I went into Afib. My blood was taken immediately and I was found to be slightly deficient in magnesium and potassium, a side effect from the diuretic, and most likely the trigger for my Afib. I was given an IV for each, which soon brought my levels to normal.cool !
I will start taking a tablet or two a day , see if it helps my AFib
Good to know on the magnesium Chuck, Thank you.I can't say whether the magnesium has had anything to do with it, but I've had no return of Afib since being released. Given its association with cardio vascular health and helping to stabilize heart rhythm, I plan to take it for the long haul.