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Physical activity may lower AF, ventricular arrhythmia risks
1/23/2020

Research published in the European Heart Journal found adults who had 1,500 metabolic equivalent minutes per week of physical activity had a lower risk of atrial fibrillation and ventricular arrhythmia, compared with those who reported zero minutes. Women saw a greater benefit than men, but data did not show a link between total or vigorous physical activity and bradyarrhythmia.

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