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Airborne pollutants and emissions such as automobile exhaust, industrial pollution and propane gas can cause arrhythmias with atrial fibrillation, heart disease and other health problems. Even long-term exposure to cigarette smoke and paint thinners can contribute to atrial fibrillation. If you are exposed to these substances on a regular basis, talk to your doctor about ways to protect yourself from the dangers of airborne pollutants and emissions. Also, if the hazards are work-related, talk to the environmental safety officer at your job about safeguards you can take.
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