December 13, 2017 and other members of Team AFib raise awareness of atrial fibrillation strokes

Team AFib is a newly-formed coalition of organizations that advocates for atrial fibrillation patients. Join Team AFib on a national tour to raise awareness about afib and its link to an increased risk for stroke.

To learn more, see:  Announcing Team AFib, a new coalition to advocate for atrial fibrillation patients, which includes


  1. Sandra,

    You can find out more by checking out our Get Started Learning About Atrial Fibrillation Guide, which is at You’ll find symptoms and so much more there.

    In addition, feel free to join the discussion at our Discussion Forum: To post or ask questions, you’ll need to register. Instructions for registering and getting started are here:

    Hope to see you there.


  2. My mother just realized that her family suffers from Afib and I am a 45 year old women with concerns that I may have it or develop it later on in life. Please send me the symptoms and treatment for Afib. Thank you.