|Part of my walk around Copa today|
Apparently, the cardiologist diagnosed Atrial Flutter (AFl) rather than Atrial Fibrillation (A-fib) as being my heart condition, and according to the GP, this is the better diagnosis to have. I gather A-fib is chaotic disorganised beating of the Atria while AFl is regular, but way too fast, beating of the Atria and may be a little easier to treat and sometimes stops of its own accord.
|Looking north from Captain Cook Lookout|
during today's walk
|Looking south from Captain Cook Lookout during|
I walked about 8km today, not particularly quickly, and felt fine the whole way. I gather that regular leg use is recommended in the treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis, so being able to walk 8km without pain or other problems must be a good thing, I reckon.