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You probably have questions about how atrial fibrillation (AFib) will affect your day-to-day life. Some people fear that exercising, having sex or engaging in physical tasks at home or at work might trigger an AFib episode or hurt their heart.

The good news is that, in general, it’s perfectly safe – and good for your health – to stay physically active while living with AFib. But everyone’s different, so talk with your health care team about finding the right level of activity for you.

  • Last Edited 08/26/2021

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