HEALTHY HEART SPEAKER!
‘THE POWER OF A HAPPY HEART- HEALING THROUGH
LOVE & LAUGHTER!” ♥
♥ A history of heart disease and COPD have played a major role in Diana’s life which makes her a popular Go Red and Heart Health Speaker. Losing her mother and recently her brother to this disease and has given her an even stronger commitment to help others. Recently diagnoised with aortic regurigitation Diana is reminded how heart disease runs in her family.
Diana considers one of her greatest accomplishments was making her mom laugh during the last few years of her life. Desperate for ways to help her she discovered the extensive health benefits of laughter and healing. This started her two year journey resulting in adding years and quality to her mother’s life. Diana is a valuable addition to all heart healthy groups as well as being a favorite Go Red Speaker.
Heart Speaker Objectives:
- Educating women about the importance of early detection and how important having regular exams are. Further, learning their family heart history and how vital it is to be checked on a regular basis.
- Know your family history regarding any heart disease and that the signs of having a heart attack as a woman are not always the same as a man.
- Likewise, understanding laughter and having a sense of humor are important ingredients in the prevention of a heart attack and keeping healthy afterward. Laughter lowers blood pressure, massages the heart and reduces stress hence giving an overall sense of well being.
Diana is a strong advocate of early detection and preventative medicine...
A friend and fellow class-mate of Robin Williams, taught Diana a thing or two about laughter!
“I learned almost everything about comic timing and being fearless from Robin. He was a friend and an inspiration. In my Presentation I emphasize the fact that approximately 5 years before he passed away Robin had emergency open heart surgery. What we are now discovering since his death is the link between depression and heart disease. I cover this new evidence in my presentations.”
This important study indicates that people with heart disease are more likely to suffer from depression than otherwise healthy people, hence more reasons to be proactive regarding your health and your heart.