Gen-H Minority Health Month Event: Managing Heart Health
April 26 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDTFree
April is National Minority Health Month this event will discuss the expanded role of the heart in balancing emotions, reducing stress, and emotional resilience. Participants will learn techniques designed to interrupt the negative stress response, promote renewing emotions, minimize energy drain and improve overall health and performance.
The Hearts role redefined: It’s more than just a pump!
For decades the focus on heart health has been aligned with its vital role as a pump providing oxygen-rich blood and nutrients to all vital organs, cells and tissues. Research from the Institute of HeartMath has expanded the role of the heart emphasizing its significant impact on stress reduction and improved resilience. Scientific evidence confirm that heart rhythms are generated based on individual “feeling states” in the face of stress, trauma, and negative emotions. These changes result in reduced energy levels, ineffective communication, and immune system compromise.
This presentation will discuss the expanded role of the heart in balancing emotions, reducing stress, and facilitating emotional resilience. Participants will learn self-regulatory techniques designed to interrupt the negative stress response, promote renewing emotions, minimize energy drain and improve overall health and performance.
Our speaker, Dr. Denise Brown, Ph.D., MBA, RN
Dr. Brown is Director of Operations for Primary Care, Ambulatory Operations, and Urgent Care at The Christ Hospital Health Network, Physicians Division. Dr. Brown is an award-winning expert in facilitating emotional resiliency and stress reduction.
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED