Afib or Atrial Fibrillation

Afib

Atrial Fibrillation

Now here is a well publicized health condition that has many folks running for the medical clinics.  As soon as we feel any discomfort in the chest area, the alarm in the mind goes off and away we go.  I know it can be an uncomfortable feeling and the first thought on ones mind, could this be the big one!  I had the fluttering feeling at times for a long, long time.  It would just come and go at different times. That feeling is now a thing of the past and I haven’t had that feeling for a long time now.  And the very reason that is the case is I have been taking a product called Gluco Gel, Osteo FX Plus (calcium), and the rest of the vitamins and minerals each and every day.   

Most of the time Afib or Atrial Fibrillation is nothing more than degenerative disk disease.  It then becomes a matter of rebuilding the disks between the vertebra. Very, very common and a sure sign for anyone who has shrunk over the years.  The condition is created by the squeezing of the roots of the spinal nerves and this can cause a myriad of problems.  This is very common as the disks will start to flatten out over time.  This can be “fixed” without any surgery or medications, but for crying out loud, get on top of it sooner than later. 

Remember, healing is easy if you give the body the proper raw materials to fix itself!  Give the body the proper raw materials, rid yourself of the bad stuff, and get out of the way! 

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In my past life I was a licensed Real Estate Agent for over 20 years. As the Real Estate venture was very rewarding and "fun", I have now chosen to spend my time and energy sharing with people what I have learned over the past several months about nutrition and health in general. I want to share information on this website so that people will engage and research for themselves to at least make an informed decision on what path they shall proceed with. I have truly been blessed with my health life! I now have my own self employed health insurance plan in tact! If you have any questions at all that I can help you with, please give me a call or a quick email. Thanks again and have a great day!! 208-342-2300 rgspencer@cableone.net

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