I hope it's a successful procedure for you!
After procedure, Mayo Clinic says: (Number 2 is tailor made for you!)
Your doctor may suggest that you:
Use less salt, which can help lower blood pressure
Increase your physical activity
Avoid drinking alcohol
Eat heart-healthy foods
Maintain a healthy weight
Manage strong emotions, such as anger
Soupbone's 'all in' on #2; it is #4 that is going to give him difficulty....
Well I’m home and in recovery. Too many pills too take for the next month, blood thinner, stomach ulcer and heart something.
Was overnight in the hospital, so terrible night trying to sleep and neck hurts from the pillow/ bed and being bothered all night.
Less than 2 weeks before start training again.
I’m also trying to have a plant based diet see how that helps with recovery too.
Hope you are back at soon! -Fellow ablation getter (for flutter)
Also had ablation for flutter. Wasn’t a problem except dropped my HR from 170s to 150s during exercise.
Let's hope it solves the problem once and for all. And the below* gets a rest. Where did that come from?! MSK injuries have their own mysterious ways. Something about orienteering followed by White Mt hiking?
*"my middle of shin through my ankle to the top of my foot are in serious pain"
Hey Bob, I had that at the O meet in NH.
I Feeling good, but too many different meds for a couple of weeks ugh!!
But today Saturday, I actually was able to walk with a shoe on fairly pain free.
I’m going to walk a memory O tomorrow before our club AGM
Thanks All, my foot issue started midweek after arizona 4hour rogaines. Was really bad in NH during the meets, and easy hikes in the white mts. Having exercised since then till TODAY!!
Walked two miles with my dog.
I’m seeing light at the end of the tunnel.
Time to get back on skis. Hope the foot pain doesn't carry over to ski boots. Best for recovery -- see you in Hayward!