Mike Coleman, Ph.D., MBA

Mike Coleman, Ph.D., MBA

Educate and provide resources for the physical and emotional wellness of the heart to include both t

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Dr. Coleman is dedicated to improving the professional, personal, and family lives of men and boys as well as widely recognized as a subject matter expert on domestic violence, human trafficking, and human relations! To book Dr. Coleman as a speaker for your next event, please visit www.heartsandthefamily.com.


Did you know that your diet can have a massive effect on your mood? Serotonin is a neurotransmitter that helps regulate sleep and appetite, mediate moods, and inhibit pain. Since about 95% of your serotonin is produced in your gastrointestinal tract, and your gastrointestinal tract is lined with a hundred million nerve cells, or neurons, it makes sense that the inner workings of your digestive system don't just help you digest food, but also guide your emotions. Start paying attention to how eating different foods makes you feel — not just in the moment, but the next day. Try eating a "clean" diet for two to three weeks — that means cutting out all processed foods and sugar. See how you feel. Then slowly introduce foods back into your diet, one by one, and see how you feel.


Stay connected as we'll continue to feature resources and publications to support the entire family! Be sure to follow us on social media to keep up to date! www.heartsandthefamily.com.


Today, we honor and remember the brave men and women who gave their lives for our freedom. Our hearts go out to the families who are missing their loved ones on this Memorial Day.

Photos from Mike Coleman, Ph.D., MBA's post 05/25/2023

Practicing mindfulness is another way to promote mental wellness by reducing stress, promoting sleep and helping you feel more balanced and connected. According to the British Heart Foundation, there is growing evidence that practicing mindfulness may contribute to reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke. Here are some ways to practice mindfulness.


Stay tuned, we are rapidly approaching our release date! Be sure to follow Hearts and the Family on social media to be the first to know when this book drops!


Hearts and the Family seeks to help you and your family thrive! Visit our website, www.heartsandthefamily.com, to browse all our resources!



Check out our blog! Hearts and the Family is a resourced-based organization dedicated to helping families, and the individuals in it, live their best lives. To learn more, visit www.heartsandthefamily.com.


With heart disease being the leading cause of death for women in the United States, it is important to make lifestyle choices that can help reduce the risk of developing heart disease! Here are some actions you can take.


Dr. Coleman is a heart surgery survivor and cardiac patient advocate. He is an expert on issues related to heart disease and the impact it has on fathers and their families. To book Dr. Coleman as a speaker for your next event, visit www.heartsandthefamily.com.

Photos from Mike Coleman, Ph.D., MBA's post 05/15/2023

Having a routine helps keep us on track both mentally and physically, which can help make our days more positive and productive. According to Mental Health America, a routine is a tool used to improve mental health by organizing the overwhelming everyday tasks into a pattern that seems easier to accomplish. If you are struggling with creating routines, here are five things you can do to get started.


From all of us at Hearts and the Family, we wish you a very happy and heartfelt Mother's Day!


If you are looking for daily life advice and information, visit www.heartsandthefamily.com to browse our many resources for the whole family.


Today is National Women's Check-Up Day which focuses on the importance of regular routine visits for women! Routine health checkups provide an opportunity to catch problems before they become unmanageable. Ladies, speak with your physician about risk factors, early signs and symptoms, and concerns you may have in addition to scheduling screenings and baseline tests.


Connect today with Hearts and the Family to book Dr. Mike for your next event! For more information on the subject matter Dr. Mike is an expert in, visit www.heartsandthefamily.com.


This week, we wanted to bring awareness to Children's Mental Health Acceptance Week. The more we can foster acceptance and end prejudice and discrimination, the better we can help our children have the best outcomes.


Are you or members of your family struggling with understanding different aspects of their life? Hearts and the Family is a resource-based organization dedicated to helping families through better understanding and clarity of what they are experiencing. To learn more about our resources, visit www.heartsandthefamily.com!


Our mental health is as important to our overall health as our physical health. This month, be sure to spread the word that mental health is not something to be ashamed of or to ignore. Seek help if you need it, you deserve it!


Do you have an experience after heart surgery that you think everyone should be aware of? Contact us by visiting www.heartsandthefamily.com so we can feature you and your story!


Biggest advice for spouses coping with difficult emotions following their partner's heart surgery, it will get better, seek mental health support outside the home, and when things get better, try to look back and laugh at the funny moments!


We are getting pumped for the release of Dr. Mike's newest book "Being Black in America" stay tuned for updates and release information!


Hearts and the Family's Dr. Coleman will be starting a podcast focusing on the lived experiences of those who are suffering from heart disease. If you are interested in sharing your story, reach out! Visit www.heartsandthefamily.com to contact us.


One in 3 women dies from heart disease each year in the United States. That’s more than all cancers combined. Yet even with good awareness campaigns and so much on the line, heart disease often goes unrecognized and unaddressed in women. This is largely due to the fact that heart attack symptoms can present differently in women than men. Here are some signs to look for. Be sure you are scheduling regular checkups to help avoid a cardiac event altogether!


Looking for resources for your family to help them in their personal struggles? Visit www.heartsandthefamily.com to browse!


Don't let yourself become sedentary, keep moving however you can!


Negative stress on the body and mind can be detrimental to the healing process, especially after heart surgery. Try to talk openly about your feelings with your loved ones and stick to a regular daily routine. Here are some tips!


This Spring, remind yourself that if you are making real progress at the pace you are going, that means you are going at the right pace!

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