So Friday I was laying down dozing off, and then as soon as I started to really drift off, fucking BAM! I woke bolt upright with my heart pounding, running a mile a minute and missing beats. My Mother and Wife drove me to the hospital where they rushed me straight back and next thing I know I'm on a gurney and the nurses and doctors are standing over me telling me that my heart rate is at around 170 and I'm in A-Fib, then they hit me with this drug that almost stops the heart, twice none the less, with no success. I gotta say the way that drug makes you feel is the scariest shit, you feel like all your weight compresses against your back and your made of sand. So they try a second drug, it is successful and my heart slows down to about 100 from 170 in around 30 seconds or so. Long story short I spend 48hrs in the I.C.U., my heart converted back to a normal rhythm after about 5 hours but they kept me for tests and observation. All my test are fine and apparently structurally my heart is fine, they think the episode could be related to my central sleep apnea. So I'm home now but feel like shit as they put me on a Beta-Blocker to help prevent my heart from pulling that shit again. Some scary shit for sure, but the cardiologist seemed to think I'm good, at least for the minute, but the meds make me weak as shit. Anyway, thought I'd share.