Harvard Heart Letter

Caffeine unlikely to trigger palpitations in healthy people

In healthy people, consuming coffee and other caffeinated products in moderation does not appear to raise the likelihood of extra heartbeats or palpitations. But in people with existing heart rhythm issues, caffeine sometimes makes the problem worse.

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