#OurHearts Social Media Sample Posts

These posts can be added to your calendar in advance of and during American Hearth Month, to show support and raise greater awareness of the benefits of teaming up to foster heart healthy habits.

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Tweets:

Preventing #HeartDisease is important and you don’t have to go it alone. Join @nih_nhlbi & @TheHeartTruth this #HeartMonth to spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier together.


For #AHM2020, we’re joining @nih_nhlbi & @TheHeartTruth to spread the word that reducing the risks of #HeartDisease is easier when you’re part of a team. #OurHearts are healthier together. www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth


It’s easy to fall into sedentary habits, especially if you have a desk job. Make sure to move more throughout the day. How do you and your coworkers find ways to be heart healthy? Give us your tips using #OurHearts on social media. #HeartMonth #MoveWithHeart


Studies have shown that having positive, close relationships and feeling connected to others benefits our overall heart health. Tell us what you do with your #family and #friends to stay heart healthy using #OurHearts. #HeartMonth


People who are regularly in touch with others generally live longer, healthier lives. Tell us how your #community helps you stay heart healthy using #OurHearts! See what others are doing: www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth #HeartMonth


The DASH Eating Plan is a flexible, balanced, scientifically proven approach to help reduce high blood pressure. Find #DASH-friendly recipes here https://healthyeating.nhlbi.nih.gov/ and share your favorite using #OurHearts!


Healthy habits like managing stress, getting enough quality sleep, and quitting smoking help keep #OurHearts healthy. Social support makes healthy habits easier. This #HeartMonth join forces and support your #family and #friends to be heart healthy together.


DYK African Americans and Hispanics/Latinos have higher rates of certain risk factors for #HeartDisease than Whites do? We’re supporting @nih_nhlbi and @TheHeartTruth to spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier when we work together. #HeartMonth


Many Hispanic/Latino adults don’t do the recommended amount of weekly aerobic or muscle strengthening activity. Research has shown that having social support makes getting regular physical activity easier. #OurHearts are healthier together! #HeartMonth #MoveWithHeart


Muchos adultos Hispanos no hacen la cantidad recomendada de ejercicio aeróbico o fortalecimiento muscular por semana. Según Estudios de investigación el apoyo social facilita hacer ejercicio regularmente. İ#NuestrosCorazones son más sanos juntos! #MesDelCorazón #MuévaseConCorazón


African American women are more likely to die of heart disease, and at a younger age, than White women. High blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity increase the risk of developing heart disease. Help spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier when we work together.


¿Sabía que los Hispanos tienen una tasa más alta en ciertos factores de riesgo para #EnfermedadesDelCorazón que personas blancas y no Hispanas? Estamos apoyando @nih_nhlbi & @TheHeartTruth en difundir qué #NuestrosCorazones son más sanos juntos. #MesDelCorazón #OurHearts


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Preventing heart disease is important and you don’t have to go it alone. That’s why we’re joining with the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and The Heart Truth® during American Heart Month to help spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier when we work together.


Research has shown that having social support and personal networks makes getting regular physical activity, eating healthy, managing stress, and quitting smoking easier. During American Heart Month, assemble your squad and use #OurHearts to share how you’re working together to be heart healthy.


During American Heart Month, use #OurHearts on social media to show the world how you, your friends, family, coworkers, and community are committed to supporting each other to be heart healthy.


For American Heart Month, we’re joining the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and The Heart Truth® to spread the word that reducing the risks of heart disease is more achievable when you’re part of a team. #OurHearts are healthier together. Visit www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth for more information. Let’s encourage and motivate each other to be heart healthy!


It’s easy to fall into sedentary habits. Make sure to move more throughout the day. Take the stairs. Park farther away. Get up from your seat and visit your coworker instead of e-mailing. How do you and your coworkers find ways to be heart healthy? Give us your tips using #OurHearts on social media.


The DASH Eating Plan is a flexible, balanced, scientifically proven approach to reduce high blood pressure. For delicious heart healthy recipes and more healthy eating tips, visit: healthyeating.nhlbi.nih.gov/.


People who are regularly in touch with others generally live longer, healthier lives. What’s going on in your community that helps you stay heart healthy? Share your stories using #OurHearts and see what others are doing! www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth


Healthy eating, managing stress, getting enough quality sleep, and quitting smoking can help reduce your risk for heart disease. Join forces this American Heart Month because #OurHearts are healthier together. 


Did you know Hispanics/Latinos continue to have higher rates of certain risk factors for heart disease than non-Hispanic Whites? That’s why we’re supporting the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute and The Heart Truth® during American Heart Month to spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier together. Visit www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth for educational resources to promote the importance of heart healthy behaviors and lifestyle changes, including fact sheets, social media resources, flyers, and more.


The majority of Hispanic/Latino adults don’t do the recommended amount of weekly aerobic or muscle strengthening activity. Research has shown that having social support and personal networks makes getting regular physical activity, eating healthy, losing weight, and quitting smoking easier. Don’t go it alone. During American Heart Month, join a team, find your squad, or gather your family to #MoveWithHeart and show how #OurHearts are healthier together!


 African American women are more likely to die of heart disease, and at a younger age, than White women. High blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity can increase the risk of developing heart disease. Help spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier when we work together.


¿Sabía que los Hispanos continúan teniendo una tasa más alta en ciertos factores de riesgo de enfermedades del corazón que las personas blancas y no Hispanas? Es por eso que estamos apoyando al Instituto Nacional del Corazón, los Pulmones y la Sangre y The Heart Truth® durante el Mes Nacional Del Corazón para difundir el mensaje de que #NuestrosCorazones son más sanos juntos. Visite www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth para recursos educativos que promueven la importancia de comportamientos saludables para el corazón y cambios en el estilo de vida, incluyendo hojas informativas, contenido para redes sociales, folletos y más.


La mayoría de adultos Hispanos no hacen la cantidad recomendada de ejercicio aeróbico o de fortalecimiento muscular por semana. Estudios de investigación dicen que tener un sistema de apoyo social y personal hace que sea más fácil ejercitarse regularmente, comer saludable, bajar de peso y dejar de fumar. No lo haga solo. ¡Durante el Mes Nacional del Corazón, únase a un equipo, encuentre su escuadrón, o junte a su familia para #MuévaseConCorazón y mostrar que #NuestrosCorazones son más sanos juntos!


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Preventing #heartdisease is important and you don’t have to go it alone. During American Heart Month, help spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier together.  #hearthealth #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #HeartMonth


Research has shown that having social support and personal networks makes getting regular physical activity, eating healthy, managing stress, and quitting smoking easier. During American Heart Month, assemble your squad and use #OurHearts to share how you’re working together to be heart healthy. #hearthealth #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #HeartMonth


#OurHearts are healthier together! During American Heart Month, use #OurHearts on social media to show the world how you and your team are committed to supporting each other to be heart healthy. #hearthealth #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #HeartMonth


For American Heart Month, spread the word that reducing the risks of #heartdisease is more achievable when you’re part of a team. Keep #OurHearts healthy: Move more, eat healthy, quit smoking, manage stress, and checking your health stats can keep #OurHearts healthy. Visit www.nhlbi.nih.gov/heartmonth for more information to see what others in your community are doing. #hearthealth #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #HeartMonth


The majority of Hispanic/Latino adults don’t do the recommended amount of weekly aerobic or muscle strengthening activity. Research has shown that having social support and personal networks makes getting regular physical activity, eating healthy, losing weight, and quitting smoking easier. Don’t go it alone. During American Heart Month, join a team, find your squad, or gather your family to show how #OurHearts are healthier together! #squadgoals #hearthealth #teamworkmakesthedreamwork #HeartMonth


African American women are more likely to die of heart disease, and at a younger age, than White women. High blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity can increase the risk of developing heart disease. Help spread the word that #OurHearts are healthier when we work together.


Prevenir las #EnfermedadesDelCorazón es importante y usted no tiene que hacerlo solo. Durante el Mes del Corazón en E.E.U.U., ayúdenos a difundir el mensaje de que #NuestrosCorazones son más sanos juntos. #MesDelCorazón


Muchos adultos Hispanos no hacen la cantidad recomendada de ejercicio aeróbico o de fortalecimiento muscular por semana. Estudios de investigación dicen que tener un sistema de apoyo social y personal hace que sea más fácil ejercitarse regularmente, comer saludable, bajar de peso y dejar de fumar. No lo haga solo. Durante el Mes del Corazón en E.E.U.U., únase a un equipo, encuentre su escuadrón, o junte a su familia para mostrar que #NuestrosCorazones son más sanos juntos! #MetasDelEscuadrón #SaludDelCorazón #TrabajoEnEquipoHaceElTrabajoIdeal #MesDelCorazón


Additional Resources

#OurHearts Publications

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.

Social Media Posts and Images

Share these Facebook and Twitter resources to encourage people to be heart healthy together.

Pre-written Articles for Newsletters

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.

PowerPoint Slides and Flyers

Use these PowerPoint slides during educational presentations or anywhere in your community with a screen such as waiting rooms, faith-based services, cafeterias, and more or print out and use as flyers.

Take a selfie!

Use this template to write in how you're being heart healthy with friends or family. Then take a selfie with it and post it to social media using #OurHearts.

State-Based Social Media Resources

Share these social media assets on Facebook and Twitter and tag @TheHeartTruth.