2022 Love Your Heart Promotional Toolkit

High blood pressure is the most common underlying condition identified in San Diego County’s COVID-associated deaths and heart disease continues to be the second leading cause of death for San Diego County Residents. Together, we can bring awareness to this condition and help San Diegans get treatment and better manage their blood pressure. Below you will find materials for promoting Love Your Heart 2022 and educating your community. 

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Print and Educational Materials

   

Posters and Flyers

Educational Materials for Screening Sites

Videos

How To Monitor Your Blood Pressure at Home

In Their Own Words: Why You Should Get Your Blood Pressure Checked

2019 Love Your Heart PSA: Tyler - Imagine being a healthy 20-something and the unexpected happens -- you suffer a stroke, a reminder that Tyler's experience can happen to anybody.

  

Digital Templates for Emails, Newsletters and Websites

   

* Submit your blood pressure results starting February 1st to receive a FREE Live Well San Diego facemask!

   

Social Media 
 

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to help promote the event!

#LoveYourHeartSD #AmaTuCorazón #LiveWellSD #LoveYourHeartAtHome #KnowYourNumbers #HeartHealth #BloodPressure

 

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Love Your Heart Week of Action is February 12-20! Find heart health tips, events, and resources to Love Your Heart at Home, visit: bit.ly/LYHatHome. #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon

 

Don’t know if you have high #bloodpressure? The 1st step is to get it checked, as HBP often has no symptoms. Find screening sites, heart health tips, and learning events at bit.ly/LYHatHome. #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon #KnowYourNumbers

 

   

Go Red for Women Day! On February 4th, the nation comes together for Heart Health Month (February) by wearing red to bring awareness to a common goal: the eradication of heart disease and stroke. LoveYourHeartSD.org #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon

 

   

High blood pressure is the most common underlying condition identified in San Diego County’s COVID-19-related deaths. Take action:

1. Check your blood pressure

2. Submit your numbers

3. Learn what they mean

4. Follow-up with your doctor

Visit LoveYourHeartSD.org #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon

 

   

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for Black, White, and American Indian in San Diego County, with higher rates in women. Learn how to control your blood pressure and live heart healthy at LoveYourHeartSD.org. Find free BP screening sites, heart health tips, and learning events #LoveYourHeart Week of Action & take charge of your heart health. 

 

You can #LoveYourHeart by knowing your numbers, eating healthy, managing stress, getting active, and quitting tobacco! Learn how at bit.ly/LYHatHome.

 

   

African American adults are 40% more likely to have high blood pressure but are less likely to have their blood pressure under control. Learn how to control your blood pressure and live heart healthy at LoveYourHeartSD.org. Find free BP screening sites, heart health tips, and learning events. #KnowYourNumbers #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon 

 

   

Those over the age of 65 are more likely to suffer from complications related to heart disease. Get your blood pressure checked today, it may save your life. Find free BP screening sites, heart health tips, and learning events at LoveYourHeartSD.org #KnowYourNumbers #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon

 

    

High blood pressure is the most common underlying condition associated with COVID-19 deaths in San Diego County. Take action and live heart healthy - find free BP screening sites, heart health tips, and learning events at LoveYourHeartSD.org #KnowYourNumbers #LoveYourHeart #AmaTuCorazon

 

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