Does anyone have any comments or recommendations for ways that you use to self-convert to normal sinus rhythm when you go into a-fib? My episodes seem to be so random, but once they start, they seem to keep going despite what I may try to do for myself. Then they just stop at some point, but I never know when that will be. It could be a few hours or a few days. Also, the things that some people identify as triggers do not seem to affect me. I mostly get palpitations when I'm not even doing anything. Exercise doesn't set me off, nor does drinking a cup of tea. I'd really appreciate some feedback.
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