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Your results indicate a Moderate Risk for developing AFib.


While there are risk factors you can’t change, such as family history, age and ethnicity, most of the responsibility for controlling AFib falls within your control. It’s time to take your health seriously. You’re making an effort to be healthy by not smoking and getting some exercise, but equally as important is to know your blood pressure.

Commit to regular screenings and get help from your doctor if your results are elevated. If you need to lose weight, your doctor can help with that too. Incorporate fresher, unprocessed foods into your diet and find simple ways to boost activity, such as walking.

Your Responses


Do you have a family history of atrial fibrillation (AFib)?

Do you smoke?

Do you have high blood pressure?

Do you have a history of coronary artery disease?

Do you suffer from obesity?

Have you been diagnosed with heart failure?

Do you suffer from diabetes?

Do you have rapid, fluttering or irregular heartbeat?

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Terms & Conditions

By participating in this quiz, or screening or health assessment, I recognize and accept all risks associated with it. I understand that the program will only screen for certain risk factors and does not constitute a complete physical exam. For the diagnosis of a medical problem, I must see a physician for a complete medical exam. I release Deborah Heart and Lung Center and any other organization(s) involved in this screening, and their employees and agents, from all liabilities, medical claims or expenses which may arise from my participation. Thank you for investing in your health by participating today.