Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation

About Atrial fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation is suffered by 21 million Americans and 1% of the population world wide. Over 100,000 new cases of Afib are diagnosed every month in the United States.

The cause for this debilitating ailment is an unbalance of chemistry in the body, caused by the ingestion of heavy metals, white salt, white sugar, high fructose sugar ladened with arsenic), corn syrup, and white flour.

The unbalance of chemistry causes an unbalance in hormones, which causes us to not be able to assimilate the vitamins necessary to have the correct electrical connections in the heart.

Your body is not deficient in a prescription drug! Your body is polluted to the point it starts to fail.

The failure is sped up with toxic medications.

Education is the key to correction and longer life.

Here is a reading list (all by Dr. Sherry Rogers):

  1. Is Your Cardiologist Killing You?
  2. “How to Cure Diabetes”
  3. The High Blood Pressure Hoax
  4. “Wellness Against All Odds”
  5. Detoxify or Die

 

 

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Harvard Health

Taking a look at the latest trends in heart rhythm monitoring
Harvard Health
Many heart rhythm changes are harmless, but some cause fainting or other worrisome problems — including stroke. That's why doctors often rely on portable ECG devices that record your heart rhythm for several days — or even up to a month. But they're ...




Glendale Star

Attend a free heart seminar about atrial fibrillation
Glendale Star
Atrial fibrillation (A-fib) is the most common abnormal heart rhythm and may increase risk of stroke, heart failure and decrease quality of life. During this presentation, participants will learn about how the management of A-fib has advanced greatly ...






Fox News

Will the newest Apple Watch save lives? | Fox News
Fox News
At first glance, the Apple Watch Series 3 seems very similar to its predecessor, the Apple Watch 2, which was released just last year.

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Science Daily
Middlekauff and her team used a technique called "heart rate variability" obtained from a prolonged, non-invasive heart rhythm recording. Heart rate variability is calculated from the degree of variability in the time between heartbeats. This ...

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MedPage Today
The virtual meeting presentations were withheld, but the discussion can be viewed here on the EASD site. The Heart Rhythm Society released a consensus statement on lead management and extraction for implanted cardiovascular devices. (HeartRhythm).




CNBC

Apple Watch as diagnosis tool: Cardiologists skeptical - CNBC.com
CNBC
Apple's heart study points to a future where Apple Watch can save lives. But it won't be easy.

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UCLA Newsroom

Device used to close small hole in heart may protect against recurrent stroke
UCLA Newsroom
Most strokes are caused by high blood pressure, narrowed arteries or a blood clot caused by an abnormal heart rhythm. When medical tests can't identify the cause, it's called a cryptogenic stroke. Patients with a cryptogenic stroke and a PFO may be at ...

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Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

This app could help lower your risk of stroke - Democrat and Chronicle
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
UR, RIT testing an app that may pick up early signs of stroke, heart trouble.

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