Download and share these animated graphics on your social media channels to promote #OurHearts messages around self-care, social support, tracking blood pressure, reducing stress, eating healthier, being more active, and getting quality sleep.
15 minute walk break! Daily self-care, like getting quality sleep, cooking healthy meals, and being physically active can go a long way toward protecting your heart health! #OurHearts
Whether it's walking, running, or lifting weights, sticking with your exercise goals is more successful when you're got support. Being heart healthy is easier—together!
Health and community professionals can use the materials in this toolkit to raise awareness about heart health and the importance of social support for meeting health goals.
Share these social media resources to encourage everyone to give their heart the care it deserves.
Share these social media assets on Facebook and Twitter and tag @TheHeartTruth and #OurHearts.
These prewritten drop-in articles can be used in your newsletters, bulletins, blogs, or your website. You can even send them to your local media and ask them to do a story for American Heart Month.
Use these PowerPoint slides during online educational presentations or anywhere in your community with a screen such as waiting rooms, faith-based services, cafeterias, and more. You can also or print out and use as flyers.
Use this template to write in why you practice self-care for your heart. Then take a selfie on #SelfieSaturday and post it to social media using #OurHearts!