I'm a f/m 30 year old non smoker of 3 yrs. Normal ecgs, blood work & good cholesterol. What are my exact chances od suffering a Sudden Cardiac Arrest?

No one can tell. but you have much less chances than others who have risk factors like obesity, smoking, heart disease, uncontrolled diabetes, etc... There are several factors in the equation, your only bailout is to lead a healthy life style. As for life expectancy, there are websites with calculators the give you an estimate, but no guarantee, best wishes .

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