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A Mind of Your Own

A Mind of Your Own

by Kelly Brogan
352 Pages · 2016 · 2  MB · 4,267 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve
by Stanley Rosenberg
296 Pages · 2015 · 17 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve: Self-Help Exercises for Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, and Autism” is one of the recent development books in human neurobiology. Stanley Rosenberg is the author of this enlightening book. Stanley is an American born author and body Therapist. He studied biomechanical craniosacral therapy for many years under Alain Gehin. Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve is one of the most important recent developments in human neurobiology. This book illustrates the simple and easy ways, you can regulate the Vagus nerve in order to initiate deep relaxation, recover your injury and trauma. The author personal expression of his insight into and appreciation of the role that vagal pathways play in the healing process by enabling the body to welcome touch. Furthermore, Stanley diagnostic and treatment techniques have immediate application for everyone. To sum it up, Accessing the Healing Power of the Vagus Nerve is one of the update development books in human neurobiology.
by Henry Marsh
288 Pages · 2017 · 1 MB · 2,838 Downloads · New!
Admissions is an amazing biography, medical and memoir book which shares the challenges and experience of living a life as a neurosurgeon. Henry Marsh is the author of this delightful book. He has spent almost forty years of his life in this field and he does not have an ordinary life as compared to other doctors. Henry Marsh wanted to a doctor from his childhood but he never dreams of becoming a brain surgeon. He was good in studies and understanding the major concepts of the human body. These things give him an extra edge to fulfil his dream. He was very happy to get the admission in the university and after five years his professional life begins.
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple
by Stephen Goldberg
90 Pages · 2014 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Clinical Neuroanatomy Made Ridiculously Simple is the anatomy, medical and neurosciences guide which helps the students and experts to learn the easy processes of clinical neuroanatomy. Stephen Goldberg is the author of this remarkable book. It is a highly professional and well-organized book in different chapters one by one. The book contains a brief introduction about the neuroanatomy and how it linked with the clinical. Every chapter provides the full details in easy and understandable patter. The student can easily clear the concepts about clinical cases and further it also provides the clinical notes. There are exercises which contain the review questions along with clinical problem-solving. To visualize ideas better author shares the hundreds of illustrations, colour photographs, and diagnostic images. The latest information is added to the different parts of the brain and its functioning. A student will find out the most significant points in clinical neuroanatomy with case presentations, humour and mnemonics. Study the brain functioning of the brain under 3D animated rotations. There are tutorials mention which explains how things work in reality. Learn how to localize the injuries which are linked with neurologic. This is the updated new version from the author which also contain a complete chapter on neurotransmitters.
Depression Hates a Moving Target
by Nita Sweeney
258 Pages · 2015 · 1.3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Depression Hates a Moving Target: How Running With My Dog Brought Me Back From the Brink” is a guide book that tells how to strengthen our mental health. The author of this helpful book is Nita Sweeney. Nita articles, essays, and poems have appeared in Buddhist America, Dog Fancy, Dog World, Writer’s Journal and many more. Nita earned a journalism degree from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. In Depression Hates a Moving Target, Nita Sweeney tells about her life, when she was 49-year old, chronically depressed and very difficult for her to jog continue more than a minute.She never gives up and discovered her inner strength, with the help of canine companion Nita found herself to completing her first marathon. She says, anybody who has struggled with depression, they should start running with daily routine, because running can help to overcome the depression.
Dissolving Pain
by Jim Robbins, Les Fehmi
224 Pages · 2010 · 2  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Dissolving Pain is the chronic pain, psychology, pain management and medicine book that teaches people to relief emotional, mental and physical pain through easy to follow techniques. Les Fehmi is the author of this remarkable book. She is the leader of the brainwave for the last forty years where she trains people to bring balance and regularity in brain patterns. The effect of pain is directly linked with our mind no matter where the pain is. Les Fehmi shares the simple tools and strategies that can help us to heal our pain by working on our mind. This book offers clear cut information that is easy to follow and understand for the people. He mentions several strategies and exercises that help us to control our minds and ultimately our pain. Learn the process of sending signals to the brain and empowering the abilities of focus. Our mind carries a different kinds of signals and our mind is responsible for the actions that we do. Anger, happiness, stress, depression, pain, and others are directly linked with our minds. Our mind give signals to the whole body both sad and happier. If we control the signals of pain through mind than we can control pain.
Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets
by Evan Roskos
320 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Dr. Bird’s Advice for Sad Poets is the redemption, depression, teen, grief, literature, and fiction novel that describes the story of a young man who is falling in love. Evan Roskos is the author of this outstanding novel. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. James Whitman is the main character of the story. James is a sixteen-year-old young boy who is not going through the best time of his life. He did not know how to fix the problems of his life. James loves his older sister but now he does not know where she is. His abusive father kicked off his sister from the home and now no one knows where she is. James missed his sister every day of his life and the hate of his father is growing. He falls into severe depression and he does not know how to strengthen his life for the positive. All he thinks is to hate his father and being worry about his sister. James is going through a difficult time of his life and he keeps thinking one thing that why father exiles his beloved sister.