Brain Health Boost

Coconut Telegraph

A trauma like the coronavirus outbreak and the resulting stress can threaten brain health in the moment and create numerous long-term risk factors for future brain illness. With this awareness, the Brain Health Initiative is working to bring preventive resources and action steps to the Florida Gulf Coast region. This week, the Brain Health Initiative will begin offering Brain Health Boosts. These brain boosts are designed to increase your brain and physical health while fighting illness.

Something you can do today to protect brain health. 

All the Small Things

A group of Harvard University Medical School students created a public service video promoting education and activism around coronavirus, set to the tune of a Blink-182 song. Boosting brain health is always essential and especially during times of distress. The question is not whether we will get through the ordeal that lies ahead — because we will. The important questions from our perspective at the Brain Health Initiative, are how well can we work together to: protect the greater good, promote brain health during this period and prevent the potential spiral of brain illness, as well as how much we will learn from this unprecedented challenge and make necessary changes for the future.

Facebook Mindful Moment

Produced in partnership with Lakewood Ranch Live, join the Brain Health Initiative at 10am today for a Facebook Mindful Moment—a 10-15 minute Mind-Body Experience (recorded and can be viewed anytime.

Experience the Facebook Mindful Moment.

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