Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas has launched #MyBrainHealthMatters to encourage others to start thinking and talking about their brain's health – how they keep it fit and go about enhancing its performance.
The majority of the population only stops to think about the complexity of their brain and its health when something goes wrong with it. Although efforts have been directed to better understanding how the human brain works and fails to work, we have only begun to scratch the surface.
The majority of us have the chance to achieve better brain health each and every day. With that in mind, the #MyBrainHealthMatters campaign is focused on:
Raising awareness about brain health and its importance.
Educating people about their ability to enhance their brain's health and cognitive performance at any age.
Be part of the #MyBrainHealthMatters movement.
Include a link to this blog (mybrainhealthmatters) on your website, social media platforms, newsletters and/or blogs.
Like us on Facebook Center for BrainHealth to follow along with the campaign and get inspiration for crafting or sharing your own insights with the hashtag #MyBrainHealthMatters.
Follow us on Twitter @BrainHealth and Instagram @centerforbrainhealth and retweet or share how you and your family, friends and coworkers are engaging in healthy brain activities. Be sure to use the hashtag when you post.
Download a PDF of our #MyBrainHealthMatters logo and take a picture with your friends, family and coworkers and tag us on Facebook, Twitter and/or Instagram using the #MyBrainHealthMatters hashtag. Challenge others to do the same!
For more information, visit Dr. Chapman's recent blog on the Huffington Post
Join the brain health conversation today because #MyBrainHealthMatters and so does yours!
Center for BrainHealth is a cognitive neuroscience research center. Research results and participant testimonials are provided for informational purposes only and do not constitute a promise or guarantee of future results. We are not a medical provider, and our events, programs, and content should not be construed as offering medical advice.