Hi Herb,I'm glad you were able to make it home. Try to rest and relax the best you can. I completely agree with Richard. Allow yourself to be lazy for a bit and relax. Find some non stressful activities if you are one who "needs" to be active. Things to activate your mind will be helpful. Things like sudoko and crossword puzzles. Binge watch a show or two, and just rest.
You're doing extremely well with your exercise routine of 6 minutes per walk, 4 to 6 x a day. You're lucky to have a neighborhood with varying types of terrain and safe walk-able areas. It took me a while to gradually increase my time from 5, 10, 15 and then 20 minutes per walk. I began walking in my neighborhood early morning and then shifted to the mall when I reached 15 minutes and later to a nearby park when I reached 20 minutes. I do miss my buddies and the Summit Y and hope this Wuhan virus peaks in April and begins to abate by May. But then I'm an inveterate optimist.
Sleeping on my side took me almost a month after surgery and 7 uninterrupted hours of sleep was a big milestone. By the way, the staff at NYP told me sleeping on your right side is preferred because of the anatomy of the heart and chest. I've noticed it actually limits AFib episodes when I sleep on my right side as opposed to my left side. No it's not a political preference; I'm a radical Centrist.