So natural therapies or complementary or alternative therapies are very attractive to patients, and in many cases have a good role. Unfortunately in AFib, we just don’t have a lot of good science around studying these natural therapies and their effect in AFib. They have been studied for other forms of heart disease, but right now for preventing stroke, for managing rhythm, for preventing heart failure, really the medicines that we know and have tested well are really the best. They’re made well, they have good quality control, and again when we prescribe those we’re saying that there is good evidence behind them. Now it doesn’t mean that you should only abandon all other things and stick with prescription drugs. There’s a lot of natural things you can do: stress reduction, yoga, any form of exercise, and I would recommend that those be thought of as sort of natural complementary things for risk factor reduction in addition to some of the medications that your clinician may want you to take.