Here is a list of materials produced by the Global Council on Brain Health and links to additional brain health resources.
Report — Music on Our Minds: The Rich Potential of Music to Promote Brain Health and Mental Well-Being. Availabe in Spanish translation.
Infographic – Music on Our Minds
2020 AARP Music and Brain Health Survey
Listening to music related to higher mental well-being, lower levels of anxiety and depression. Download a summary of the results.
Report — Preserving Your Brain Health During Illness or Surgery: GCBH Recommendations to Prevent and Treat Delirium. Available in Spanish translation.
Infographics – Tips to help prevent and manage delirium for 3 different audiences:
2020 AARP Delirium and Brain Health Survey: Adults Age 50+
Only about ¼ of adults were familiar with delirium and most were unaware of strategies to prevent delirium prior to hospitalization.
2020 AARP Delirium and Brain Health Survey: Healthcare Providers
Nearly 8 in 10 healthcare providers say delirium is a serious complication of hospitalization.
Infographic - A heart-healthy lifestyle reduces the risk of cognitive decline. Available in Spanish, French, Arabic and Chinese translation.
Infographic - The GCBH does not recommend any dietary supplement for brain health. Available in Spanish, French, Arabic and Chinese translation.
Evidence is lacking concerning the effectiveness of vitamins and dietary supplements in boosting brain health, but that doesn’t stop people from using them, according to new AARP research.
2018 AARP Brain Health and Mental Well-Being Survey
The survey results also show that Americans’ coping mechanisms can vary by age.
Summary – Eating Healthy Is Good for Your Brain
Infographic — Nourish Your Brain
2017 AARP Brain Health and Nutrition Survey
The more servings of fruits/vegetables consumed in a typical day, the better the brain health, overall health, and mental well-being.