has a really long history in some countries. Its risk can be neglected. Limited research suggests that targeting a point in the inner wrist could help your AFib. If you want to try it, go to a trained, certified expert.
is herb extract used widely in China to treat occasional, or paroxysmal, AFib. It seems a pretty promising medicine with few side effects. But more research is needed to prove its safety. Ask your doctor for advice before taking it.
People with both AFib and heart failure who took Coenzyme Q10
in a study had one-quarter fewer episodes after 12 months. But it makes warfarin less effective at the same time. It’s necessary for you to talk with your doctor before taking the supplement.