Dr Oz, Handwriting Analysis Signs Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure

Dr. Oz Talks About How Your Handwriting Can Give You Signs About Heart Disease and High Blood Pressure

Could your handwriting  be giving you information concerning your health?  Does your handwriting have big loopy letters?  Do your letters stand straight up or do the letters slant towards the right?  On March 31, 2014 Dr. Oz invited Kathi McKnight (handwriting analysis expert) on to the show to talk about how your handwriting can reveal information about your handwriting and even your health.  She believes that your handwriting can even tell you if you have high blood pressure or may be at risk for heart disease!

Handwriting Analysis and Your Health and Personality

Kathi McKnight (author of “Handwriting Analysis : The Good, The Un-Good and the Unexpected“) said that the way you write your letters reveal secrets about your health.
  • If you write with your words slanted to the right it is a sign that you are an extroverted person.  She said that this type of handwriting usually means that you wear your heart on your sleeve.
  • People who write using a lot of pressure usually feel things very intensely.  She said that people who write lightly generally take things lightly and let daily stresses roll off their back.

Is Handwriting Linked To Depression?

Kathi Mcknight believes that handwriting analysis can also reveal important information about what is happening internally.  She said that your handwriting can reveal if a person may be suffering from depression.
  • Kathi Mcknight explained to Dr. Oz that people who suffer from depression tend to write with a downward slope.
  • People who write their “t’s” with a large loop are generally more sensitive to criticism.
  • People who suffer from heart disease often write using a lot of pressure that change from light to dark in a single letter.  Grab a piece of paper and see if you have any of these signs.

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