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Written by a psychiatrist and neuroscientist who has also authored a book on attention deficit disorder, Change Your Brain contains dozens of brain scans of patients with various neurological problems, from caffeine, nicotine, and heroin addiction to manic-depression to epilepsy. These scans, often showing large gaps in neurological activity or areas of extreme overactivity, are downright frightening to look at, and Dr. Amen should know better than to resort to such scare tactics. But he should also be commended for advocating natural remedies, including deep breathing, guided imagery, meditation, self-hypnosis, and biofeedback for treating disorders that are so frequently dealt with by prescription only. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Yes, you must change your way of thinking to change your life, but did you know that most adult stress and anxiety in the USA is caused by having to make monthly credit card and... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Craig Gifferd
Some interesting info and makes you think a lot about what different disorders people deal with on a regular basis.Published 15 days ago by Jill
This book was great! It has really helped me to understand some of the behavior of close friends and relatives. It is too bad that SPECT evaluations aren't used more widely.Published 16 days ago by Nichole M Webster
I bought these books to add to my library because as a Certified Health Coach and Nutritionist I like to have a vast array of dietary theories available to my clients. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Krystal Carnahan
Definitely planning on reading again because I found it so interesting. It gave me a better understanding of why we do what we do.Published 1 month ago by Michele Ashton