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Broken Brains

Author : Ian Mitchell
ISBN : 9781137366856
Genre : Science
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Drawing on real life examples and anecdotes from neurosurgery and neurobiology, this engaging introduction to brain function and dysfunction is ideal for those interested learning more about the brain in an accessible way. Ian Mitchell brings biological psychology to life with examples of real life applications of the theory.

Broken Brains

Author : Ian Mitchell
ISBN : 9781137366849
Genre : Medical
File Size : 78. 10 MB
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The Ultramind Solution

Author : Mark Hyman
ISBN : 9781416549710
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 75. 53 MB
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A "New York Times"-bestselling author reveals that problems in the brain don't start there, and explains how detoxifying and fortifying the body can maximize brain function, alleviate depression, and improve memory--without drugs.

Broken Brains

Author : Arun K. Tiwari
ISBN : 8188322288
Genre : Schizophrenia
File Size : 68. 13 MB
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Broken Brains Or Wounded Hearts

Author : Ty Chris Colbert
ISBN : 0964363542
Genre : Medical
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A response to Prozac Nation using its own "solid scientific data" to conclude that, after all, mental illness is an emotional disorder, and there is no biological basis for schizophrenia, depression, mania, and compulsive behaviors. Slowly eliminate medications (under advice of your physician) says Colbert (psychologist, Orange County, California) and get in touch with his "emotional pain model," which houses his three-phase plan for eliminating most emotional disorders. If that fails, the appendices supply information on how to choose a therapist. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Healing The Broken Brain

Author : Dr. Mike Dow
ISBN : 9781401952662
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Dr. Mike Dow is a best-selling author, psychotherapist, and relationship expert. So why is he writing a book about stroke?

Well, what you probably don’t know about Dr. Mike is that his younger brother, David, is a stroke survivor. What’s more, David’s stroke happened when he only 10 years old. This means most of Dr. Mike’s teenage years were spent witnessing what his family was dealing with trying to find the best treatments for David. He struggled to know what to do to help his brother. He watched helplessly as his brother wrestled with depression, trying to find the motivation to recover on top of the challenges of adolescence. He mourned the loss of what could have been—and he was angry.

How his family would have loved to sit down with top experts in stroke to find out what they should be doing and have their questions answered. Now Dr. Mike has the ability to do just that, and he’s doing it so that others in his family’s position don’t have the same struggle.

Armed with questions from stroke survivors and their loved ones, Dr. Mike talks with the best clinicians across the country to get over 100 answers you need to know to maximize your recovery.


Broken Brain Syndrome

Author : Charles L. Dickens, MD
ISBN : 9781477181171
Genre : Self-Help
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the beginning of written history, people have wondered why they do things they do not want to do, especially when those things are not beneficial and, in some instances, detrimental. Broken Brain Syndrome explains the why-of and the how-to in correcting this human inconsistency that leads to dysfunctional behavior. This phenomenon has existed since Adam and Eve and has continued to plague mankind. Many books have been published to mitigate life’s difficulties. Even before “pop” psychology and the New Age spiritual movement, such as John Bradshaw and Marianne Williamson respectively, the Torah, New Testament, Eastern philosophies, the Koran, and other teachings all aim at improving one’s life. Yet the vast majority of people in societies of the world have not been able to find long-term peace, serenity, love, and success. This is so because of their inability to understand the dysfunctional dynamic taking place within their own heads, causing dysfunctional lives. Broken Brain Syndrome addresses finally the underlying cause of the dysfunction. Broken Brain Syndrome provides people with the basic understanding of the real problem of what is fundamentally wrong with them so that the teachings of the New Age and those of the past can now make sense and bring about a successful life.

Unbroken Brain

Author : Maia Szalavitz
ISBN : 9781466859562
Genre : Self-Help
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A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER More people than ever before see themselves as addicted to, or recovering from, addiction, whether it be alcohol or drugs, prescription meds, sex, gambling, porn, or the internet. But despite the unprecedented attention, our understanding of addiction is trapped in unfounded 20th century ideas, addiction as a crime or as brain disease, and in equally outdated treatment. Challenging both the idea of the addict's "broken brain" and the notion of a simple "addictive personality," The New York Times Bestseller, Unbroken Brain, offers a radical and groundbreaking new perspective, arguing that addictions are learning disorders and shows how seeing the condition this way can untangle our current debates over treatment, prevention and policy. Like autistic traits, addictive behaviors fall on a spectrum -- and they can be a normal response to an extreme situation. By illustrating what addiction is, and is not, the book illustrates how timing, history, family, peers, culture and chemicals come together to create both illness and recovery- and why there is no "addictive personality" or single treatment that works for all. Combining Maia Szalavitz's personal story with a distillation of more than 25 years of science and research,Unbroken Brain provides a paradigm-shifting approach to thinking about addiction. Her writings on radical addiction therapies have been featured in The Washington Post, Vice Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, in addition to multiple other publications. She has been interviewed about her book on many radio shows including Fresh Air with Terry Gross and The Brian Lehrer show.

Broken Brain

Author : Joseph Huerta
ISBN : 9781304400147
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Huerta's BROKEN BRAIN: SURVIVING A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY details his firsthand experience of living through a near-fatal brain injury. During a ski vacation in Colorado, Huerta fell off a fifteen-foot cliff and shattered his skull in countless pieces. For twelve days, he was in a coma and eventually woke up to the long journey of recovery. Told in a riveting & animated voice, this memoir delivers an intimate perspective on what it means to beat the odds.

Stir

Author : Jessica Fechtor
ISBN : 9780698161290
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 39. 75 MB
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A national bestseller and winner of a Living Now Book Award, Stir is an exquisite memoir about how food connects us to ourselves, our lives, and each other. At 28, Jessica Fechtor was happily immersed in graduate school and her young marriage, and thinking about starting a family. Then one day, she went for a run and an aneurysm burst in her brain. She nearly died. She lost her sense of smell, the sight in her left eye, and was forced to the sidelines of the life she loved. Jessica’s journey to recovery began in the kitchen as soon as she was able to stand at the stovetop and stir. There, she drew strength from the restorative power of cooking and baking. Written with intelligence, humor, and warmth, Stir is a heartfelt examination of what it means to nourish and be nourished. Woven throughout the narrative are 27 recipes for dishes that comfort and delight. For readers of M.F.K.Fisher, Molly Wizenberg, and Tamar Adler, as well as Oliver Sacks, Jill Bolte Taylor, and Susannah Cahalan, Stir is sure to inspire, and send you straight to the kitchen.

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