Making a few lifestyle adjustments can help reduce your risk of AFib.
As Atrial Fibrillation Awareness Month approaches, now’s the perfect time to be proactive about your health. While AFib can be caused by existing heart disease and clogged arteries, it can also occur in people who live healthy lives but often feel stressed or fatigued. As you age, your risk of developing AFib increases, according to StopAFib.org.
To reduce your risk of experiencing signs and symptoms of AFib that often lead to stroke or heart failure, consider these prevention tips to lead a healthy lifestyle:
1. Eat a well-balanced diet
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