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How common is AFib?

AFib is quite rare in most age groups, though it becomes increasingly more common with age. In fact, up until the age of 40, the likelihood of atrial fibrillation ranges from very rare to rare, but becomes very common above the age of 40. About 1 in 4 people over 40 will experience AFib.

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