Chai and Just Chat: Wellness Cmte, "Men & Heart"
6/23/2019 4:00 PM
Nazeera LLC presents Wellness Committee (see further below) and June Chai & Just Chat:
June is Men's Health Month.
What is the primary cause of cardiac disease?
Why are more young people having heart attacks? Can heart disease be reversed ?
How does one cope with emotions after a heart attack?
Join us for the June Chai & Just Chat, “Men & Heart: Listen, Love, Heal & make Peace” on June 23, 2019 Sunday from 4:00–6:30 pm. Experts will answer these questions and much more. June Chai & just Chat is designed to encourage residents to identify resources and potential ways to combat challenges, community support and the importance of a heart healthy family.
No cost to participate. Register to attend.
|Join us for the June Chai & Just Chat, “Men & Heart: Listen, Love, Heal & make Peace” on June 23, 2019 Sunday from 4:00–6:30 pm. Register to attend. There is no cost to participate.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men of most racial/ ethnic groups in the United States. The proposed Chai & Just Chat diverse panel of healthcare experts will address the educate and empower men through culturally and ethically appropriate programs, activities and interventions that addresses men’s health within the context of physical, social and mental wellbeing.
Cardiovascular disease is a major cause of disability and decreases the quality of life for millions of people.The panel will foster dialogues on how habits, conditions or the nature of the determinants that could increase the chance of developing cardiovascular disease. The panelists will emphasize the ways to practice healthy lifestyle habits.
Why are men suffering poorer health outcomes? Researchers have suggested that societal notions about male identity may be driving health disparities between the sexes. According to this theory, cultural beliefs about masculinity and manhood propel men to take actions that could harm their health and keep them from engaging in health-promoting behaviors and seeking medical care when necessary.
This Chai & just Chat is designed to encourage residents to identify resources and potential ways to combat challenges, community support and the importance of a heart healthy family.
The power of public dialogue between panelists from varied backgrounds— medical practitioners, researchers, public health executives, community leaders, policy makers, social workers, health educators, heart health advocates and testimonials from impacted families will heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.
What’s in it for you:
After the Chai & Just Chat, it is anticipated that we will have answers to the following questions.
This event is for you if you have considered heart healthy family. Bring your curiosity, questions and comments to the discussion.
- Foster health care education and services that encourage men of all ages to implement positive lifestyles for themselves and their families
- Increase the physical and mental health of men so that they can live fuller and happier lives
- Significantly reduce the cycles of addiction that afflict men
- Encourage organizations and community stakeholders’ men's health activities so that existing health networks can be utilized to increase the health and well-being of men and boys
- Encourage women to expand on their traditional role as the family's health care leader and activist for enhancement of health care services
Findings, conclusions and action plans resulting from our Chai & Just Chat will help in keeping families informed, equipped and empowered to take action and to address the negative factors that impact their complete physical, social and mental well-being.
Accept our invitation to join the Wellness Committee. We are committed to creating a culture of health in our community. We are launching some new ways for our residents to engage in healthier behaviors and we are forming a wellness committee to guide our efforts. You are invited to join us to achieve the goals as a member of the committee.
We are inviting you to be on the wellness committee because you have what it takes to drive positive change. You’ll share responsibilities with a group of residents who also demonstrate the energy enthusiasm and creativity to stir things up and get people excited about adopting a healthier lifestyle. Being on the committee is a great way to help your community expand your professional network and build on your skills and talents. The committee will plan on the Walking Warriors initiative.
All meetings and activities will take place during the evenings or weekends. Once you send an email or respond to this survey regarding your interest to join the committee we will schedule the first conference call and a subsequent face to face meeting. We are looking for diverse professionals kids & youth interns interested residents who can be a part of this dynamic leadership committee. Please respond with your interests via this link by June 14, 2019. We will schedule our first informational session conference call on June 16, 2019 at 9:00 PM. Sign up.
Our pilot project has shown promising results. After 4 weeks walking group participants were asked a variety of questions regarding their experience with participating in the walking group.
75% felt more energetic after the program
90% found it easier to walk a mile after the program
90% felt motivated to walk
90% felt encouraged to exercise
We’re excited about making our communities healthier and we hope you’ll take on this challenge. Thank you for your ongoing contributions to our communities and we look forward to having you on the team.
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