Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Better lifestyle habits are useful additions to optimize management of atrial fibrillation

(American Heart Association) Improving lifestyle habits -- such as attaining and maintaining a healthy body weight and getting regular, moderate physical activity -- may be useful additions to physician-guided management of atrial fibrillation (AF), a serious heart rhythm abnormality that can lead to stroke.Smoking cessation and reducing alcohol intake are also important lifestyle modification strategies for patients with AF.In addition, optimizing treatments for heart failure and screening for and treating sleep apnea are also important, if applicable, for patients with AF.