Most doctors will tell you that there isn't much you can do to treat atrial fibrillation, aside from taking medications for the rest of your life.
Cardiologists and a-fib specialists John D. Day and T. Jared Bunch disagree.
Atrial fibrillation strikes one in four American adults. Not only do people suffering from this condition suffer from shortness of breath, fatigue, chest discomfort, decreased ability to exercise and do activities of daily living, arrhythmia, and palpitations, but their risk of a stroke, cognitive decline and dementia, heart failure, or premature death also shoots way up.
Today, a whole new body of research—one most physicians are unaware of—shows that biomarker and lifestyle optimization may put half the cases of atrial fibrillation into remission without drugs or procedures. And for those in whom these remedies are insufficient or not tolerated, new procedures, in combination with biomarker and lifestyle optimization, may offer lifetime remission from atrial fibrillation and its devastating consequences.
In clear, accessible, patient-centric language, Drs. Day and Bunch share their revolutionary approach to treating atrial fibrillation, developed through a combined 53 years working with a-fib patients. The effectiveness of their plan has been proven through countless medical studies. And now, in The AFib Cure:Get Off Your Medications, Take Control of Your Health, and Add Years to Your Life, they share that plan with you.
If you're looking for a drug-free solution to your atrial fibrillation, or have a family history of atrial fibrillation and don't want to suffer the same fate, The AFib Cure is for you. Let The AFib Cure show you how to live longer, healthier, free from medications, and free from the fear of atrial fibrillation overshadowing your life.
About the Author
John D. Day, MD, graduated from medical school at Johns Hopkins University. He did his residency and cardiac electrophysiology fellowship training at Stanford University. Dr. Day is an electrophysiologist at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah. He previously served as president of the Heart Rhythm Society and currently serves as the Utah Governor of the American College of Cardiology. He is recognized as an international thought leader on atrial fibrillation management. Dr. Day is board certified in cardiology, and cardiac electrophysiology. He has published more than 100 manuscripts, abstracts, and book chapters and regularly lectures both nationally and internationally on heart rhythm disorders. Dr. Day is the former editor-in-chief of the Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management. In 2017, Dr. Day published The Longevity Plan: Seven Life-Transforming Lessons from Ancient China, with HarperCollins as publisher. The Longevity Plan was an Amazon number one bestseller and was named best books of 2017 by the Huffington Post and won the Nautilus Book Award Gold Medal for the best book of 2017.
Dr. T. Jared Bunch, MD, is the founding editor of the HeartRhythm Case Reports journal and is active in the Heart Rhythm Society. During residency at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, he received the Outstanding Achievement Award and the Resident Research Award from the Department of Medicine, and the Donald J. Feist Primary Care Clinic Award for Clinical Excellence. He completed his fellowship in cardiovascular diseases and electrophysiology at the Mayo Clinic and received the Mayo Brothers Distinguished Fellowship Award for clinical care of patients and the Donald C. Balfour Award for meritorious research. He served as an assistant professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic from 2003-2007. After fellowship, he joined the cardiovascular team at Intermountain Heart Institute and directed heart rhythm research and received the Physician Researcher of the Year for the Intermountain Healthcare System in 2014 and 2017. In 2019, he joined the faculty at the University of Utah School of Medicine as a professor of medicine. Dr. Bunch is on the editorial boards of the Heart Rhythm Journal, Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, Heart, American Heart Journal, JACC Clinical Electrophysiology, and the Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management.
Matthew D. LaPlante is an associate professor of journalism at Utah State University, where he teaches news reporting, narrative non-fiction writing, and crisis reporting. He has reported from more than a dozen nations, including Iraq, Cuba, Ethiopia, and El Salvador, and his work has appeared in Washington Post, Los Angeles Daily News, CNN.com, and numerous other publications. LaPlante is the author of Superlative: The Biology of Extremes and cowriter of several books on the intersection of scientific discovery and society.
"This book provides a complete compendium of what AFib patients need to know. It just might help you stop, or even cure, your AFib."
—Mellanie True Hills, founder and CEO, StopAFib.org and author of A Woman's Guide to Saving Her Own Life
"The AFib Cure is an outstanding and up-to-date tour-de-force patient guide for effectively managing—and even eliminating—the bane that is atrial fibrillation, penned by world-renowned electrophysiologists, Dr. John Day and Dr. T. Jared Bunch . . . Written with in-depth yet accessible and easy-to-digest insights into this often-complex topic, the authors offer a comprehensive road map for combining the best of lifestyle optimization protocols plus cutting-edge discoveries from the front lines of electrophysiology."
—Shannon W. Dickson, editor of The AFib Reportat AFibbers.org
"The AFib Cure is a thorough, evidence-based guide to help patients with atrial fibrillation. Any patient living with AFib will find inspiration for their own treatment within this book. A must-have book for every patient!"
—Percy F. Morales MD, author of Your Complete Guide to AFib
"Dr. John Day, Dr. T. Jared Bunch, and Matthew D. LaPlante present a credible, easy-to-read, and engaging resource for anyone affected by the electrical epidemic of AFib. With years of experience, knowledge, and research, the authors provide a truly integrative step-by-step plan using science, storytelling, and actionable information. The AFib Cure is a must-read guide for anyone who wants to overcome this major health challenge."
—Aseem Desai, MD, FHRS, codirector of Mission Heritage Heart Rhythm Specialists and author of Restart Your Heart: The Playbook for Thriving with AFib
"A book for AFib patients that includes all of us, especially the concerns and challenges of the emerging younger female population that are often overlooked. Drs. Day and Bunch have taken the current research and explained it into our language. With this book, you will have step-by-step options and end-of-chapter summaries to guide you."
—Debbe McCall, BS, MBA, cardiovascular patient PI, and moderator of the Atrial Fibrillation Support Forum