Atrial fibrillation is an abnormal heart rhythm where the atrium’s contractions are not synchronized to the contractions of the ventricle; the atrial chamber quivers more than contracts.
I’ve written in the past about anecdotal and case reports from “alternative or complementary” medicine arguing that these reports do not rise to what we would consider scientific trials.
Complementary medicine (CM) runs the gamut in its healing claims from offering authentic stress relieving massage and well-meaning, but expensive placebo to outright spurious declarations.