Home > Heart Disease > Atrial Fibrillation Get the Flash Player to see this player. Rate: (Click the stars to rate) Published on Jul 02, 2009 by DKyriazis, Views: 3537 Atrial Fibrillation is arhythm abnormality in which the top chambers of the heart have irregular electrical stimulation causing them to fibrillate. Symptoms include heart racing, palpitations, shortness of breath, fatigue, dizzy, chest pain, and syncope- passing out or fainting. Medicines to slow the heart rate are digoxin, beta blockers, and calcium blockers. Some people require cardioversion or a shock. Ablation, or a Maze procedure can cure Afib.