Atrial fibrillation
Abnormal heart rhythm

Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is an irregular and often very rapid heart rhythm. An irregular heart rhythm is called an arrhythmia. AFib can lead to blood clots in the heart.

The condition also increases the risk of stroke, heart failure and other heart-related complications.

During atrial fibrillation, the heart’s upper chambers — called the atria — beat chaotically and irregularly. They beat out of sync with the lower heart chambers, called the ventricles.

For many people, AFib may have no symptoms. But AFib may cause a fast, pounding heartbeat, shortness of breath or light-headedness.

Atrial fibrillation (AFib)
Treatment for atrial fibrillation may include medicines, therapy to shock the heart back to a regular rhythm and procedures to block faulty heart signals – Catheter Ablation.

This is an actual recording while I was going through an episode of AFib. The feeling is as though there is a “sinking feeling” in the chest, and it is hard to catch my breath. At the hospital, they gave me an intravenous medicine that put my heart back into rhythm.

AFib is one of many symptoms, including an enlarged heart that I have as a result of getting COVID Vaccinations in 2021 (two “jabs” from Moderna).

The usual medical therapy for AFib, I was told was to receive a Catheter Ablation and take blood thinners, particularly Rivaroxaban (Xarelto). I chose not to take blood thinners (pharmaceuticals) and chose an alternative method instead.

My personal opinion: While I support getting the ablation when absolutely necessary – as if life depended on it – I chose NOT to have this procedure but chose alternative methods instead. One must weigh the risks to the benefits and carefully examine the skill and reputation of the doctor performing the procedure.

These three supplements have proven to reduce the occurrence and severity of my AFib symptoms. Lion’s Mane, BranMag, and intraMIN.

DISCLAIMER: I am NOT a medically qualified individual. I am merely sharing MY experience here.

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I take 1/3 teaspoon of Lion’s Mane¹; 1/3 teaspoon of BrainMag (which is magnesium L-threonate); and one capful of the intraMIN. I take this every morning with my blueberry smoothie.

I am still a victim of the “jab” and suffer symptoms but with appropriate diet and use of my specific supplements, I have better control of the occurrences of AFib and the severity of the symptoms.

¹ Dr. Love, A Neuroscientist, recommends taking 250-500 milligrams daily of Lions Mane as a safe dose.