I am 52 and have recently been diagnosed with high blood pressure. I have a strong family history of AF and stroke so I was naturally quite concerned about my health. I decided to get a bit more control of my health and made some lifestyle changes and now monitor my bp at home regularly. I am trying to avoid medication if i can. It did prompt me to also start researching these conditions and afib can be treated and dealt with if detected!!! This could massively reduce the risk of stroke!! So I had a look at nice guidelines and found this... nice.org.uk/guidance/mtg13 It is an article recommending a particular blood pressure monitor that is clinically validated to opportunistically screens for afib. I couldn't believe when I found it, that it wasn't more widely used!!! I was so impressed that I have actually purchased this monitor now from a site called homegp.com, (i think it's .com) It has given me a bit more peace of mind I hope you find the article helpful and spread the word that detection of afib is key!