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Occasional Atrial Fibrillation (AF)
In some patients no specific cause can be found. However, if persistent, AF needs to be treated, both for your comfort and especially to protect against the potential consequences.
You can read more about AF here:
Apart from life style changes focused on avoiding the triggers of AF, you probably need expert help from a cardiologist specialized in arrhythmias to help you guide to the best solution.
Hope this helps,
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