Judging only by the level of physical activity, and not the type of it, based on previous research, we can say that being phisically active reduces incidence of arrhythias but only slightly, and doing too much exercises increases risk of arrhytmia considerablyOpinion

"Until recently, the AF and exercise story has stopped here; that physically active individuals experience a small reduction in risk but doing too much increases arrhythmia risk considerably, consistent with a classic J-shaped phenomenon. Perhaps in part due to these findings and a misguided fear of promoting arrhythmias, there is a scarcity of data regarding the effects of exercise training in patients with non-permanent AF."

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