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Patient Materials to Promote Brain Health

The following campaigns and programs provide a wealth of electronic and print resources to inform patients about the benefits of blood pressure control, as well as materials to increase awareness among providers.

High Blood Pressure is Even Riskier; Person jumping off a cliff
Mind Your Risks
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Mind Your Risks® is a public health campaign that educates people with high blood pressure about the importance of controlling blood pressure in midlife (from the ages of 45 to 65) to help reduce the risk of having a stroke and possibly developing dementia later in life. The campaign website also provides a thorough list of research studies and resources created by health and governmental organizations.

Cartoon brain lifting barbell weights
Take Brain Health to Heart
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

This patient education website provides information, tools, and resources about healthy eating, maintaining a healthy heart, ceasing tobacco use, and physical activity, as well as protecting your brain from injury.

Alzheimer's Disease & Related Dementias
National Institute on Aging

This NIH website is the government's portal for information on the care, research and support for Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Also included is information about the Alzheimer's and related Dementias Education and Referral Center which is available to answer patient questions and recommend resources.

High Blood Pressure Educational Materials
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The CDC Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention has compiled a set of educational materials for public health and healthcare professionals to educate their patients and populations.

High Blood Pressure
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

This NIH website offers patient information in English and Spanish explaining the causes, risk factors, diagnosis, treatment and more about high blood pressure. Also available is a recorded Google hangout video on “Myth busting blood pressure.”

Know Stroke: Know the Signs, Act in Time
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

This NIH campaign was developed to help educate the public about the symptoms of stroke and the importance of getting to the hospital quickly, as well as influencing the health care community to implement and improve protocols to treat stroke.

 

ACPM and its partners are not responsible for the content or recommendations found in the articles or reports developed by other organizations that have been included in this resource center.

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