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Habitual Caffeine Consumption Does Not Increase Risk of Atrial Fibrillation

Analysis quells concerns about caffeine stimulating afib.

March 2014 — Contrary to long-standing concerns about the stimulant effect of caffeine sparking atrial fibrillation, a new analysis concludes that it’s unlikely habitual caffeine intake from coffee and other dietary sources increases risk. In fact, the pooled analysis found that atrial fibrillation risk fell with increasing caffeine intake.

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