color line About Us
About My AFib Experience
The mission of My AFib Experience is to help people living with AFib, whether patients or caregivers, to find quality information so they can better manage their condition and reduce risks for stroke. We're building an insightful community where patients and caregivers can connect with each other to give and receive support. We're also committed to developing and sharing helpful resources for AFib management. Be sure to so you'll have access to all of the content and discussions.
About The American Heart Association
My AFib Experience is based on scientific guidelines of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. The American Heart Association is the nation's oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Founded by six cardiologists in 1924, our organization now includes more than 22.5 million volunteers and supporters. We fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide critical tools and information.
My AFib Experience is supported by StopAfib.org. The community forum at My AFib Experience is honored to have the engagement of Mellanie True Hills, founder of StopAfib.org. She created StopAfib.org to share what she and other atrial fibrillation patients have learned and to provide you with information and answers to your questions. StopAfib.org is a patient-to-patient resource to help those with atrial fibrillation to get their lives back.
PO Box 541
Greenwood, TX 76246-0541
I am newly diagnosed with Afib in Oct 2015...I have found this site to have an amazing amount of information. It is nice to hear how other patients deal with this. Thank you!
It is very encouraging to see that there are many people living through this AFIB monster, and are living a full life. It helps a lot to know that you are not alone.
Just recently joined this group and have been reading the daily postings. It’s good to know that others are having the same symptoms that I am, and what others are doing to treat their AF and to be an advocate for better treatment.