Are all heart vibrations sensation due to afib?

No. Heart "vibrations" or palpitations are due to many different heart dysrhythmias. They occur whith extra heart beats called premature atrial or ventricular contractions, or rapid heart rates including normal tachycardia or abnormal supraventricular tachycardia. Atrial fibrillation is an irregularly irregular heart rhythm. Electrocardiograms or special monitors help define the rhythm type.
Fortunately no. No, "heart vibrations sensation" can be due to premature beats, supra ventricular tachycardia, atrial flutter, atrial fibrillation and even non-sustained ventricular tachycardia. Sometimes palpitations are due to your own self awareness of your heart beat.

Related Questions

I have been on amiodrone months. I heart shocked over 30 days ago & my afib is gone. I want to stop taking amiodrone due to side effects.

Unfortunately it. doesn't work like that. The clinical situation can dictate whether your afib was situational (recent open heart surgery?) or due to other cause. You have about a 30% chance of staying in rhythm without the amiodarone so odds are you will be back in afib in about 3 months if you stop it now. Other medications and procedures could be used to help you stay in rhythm. Discuss with your doctor. Read more...

If you have afib and you have your heart shocked to get it back on beat but fails. Then they do it again if that fails what do if that fails what do they do next.

If . If your physician still wants to pursue getting the heart back to a normal rhythm there are both catheter based methods and surgical methods to do a maze type procedure, which can be successful about 80% of the time. The surgical procedures are generally more reliable, but do require general anesthesia and a surgical incision. Another option is to decide that allowing the heart to remain in atrial fibrillation and use medications to control the heart rate. Generally with this approach a blood thinner is recommended to reduce the risk of having a stroke, but this is very dependent on individual circumstances. Read more...
Options. Options will include antiarrhythmic medications ( medications to help the heart stay in regular rhythm) or catheter/surgical ablation. This will usually depend on the age of the individual, presence of structural heart disease, cardiac risk factors, concern about antiarrhythmic medications, presence of other surgical indications, ..Etc. Read more...

How much time of a life span, for people w/afib heart disorder after age 76?

7-20% chance of afib. results from population studies vary a bit, but one i keep in mind is : 1% of 40 year olds have afib 2% of 50 yo 3% of 60 yo 7% of 70 yo 20% of 80 year olds have afib. Read more...

I think I have AFib my heart beats faster than usual but within normal range. Is aAFib ok? I'm still young and I'm scared

Afib is not okay. It would be unlikely at your age that you're having Afib but if you feel like you're having fast or irregular beats it warrants evaluation further. Talk with your provider. Also, avoid stimulants like caffeine or energy drinks. . Read more...