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Reclaim Your Brain  free pdf A prescriptive guide to restoring cognitive calm, based on Amen Clinic Chief Psychiatrist Dr. Joseph Annibali's three decades of treating patients who suffer from overloaded, over-stimulated brains. Dr. Joseph Annibali has treated thousands of people with overloaded, over-stimulated brains. Some people describe their brain as being "in chaos"- others feel that their brain is "on fire." But whether they are ultimately diagnosed with "normal" anxiety, disabling OCD, depression, bipolar disorder, or even substance abuse, the underlying problem is a Too-Busy-Brain, a great irritant that interferes with attention, concentration, focus, mood, and often much more. It may even be a sign of undetected damage to either the brain or the body itself. But through practical strategies, understandable explanations, and prescriptivemind-management techniques, Dr. Annibali will help readers finally reclaim their brains and get back in control of their lives. "From the Hardcover edition.""

About Joseph A Annibali

Dr. Joseph Annibali is Chief Psychiatrist for the world-renowned Amen Clinics, Reston, VA. He has treated thousands of patients with psychological and psychiatric disorders and is one of the nation's leading experts on using brain SPECT imaging with Lyme disease. He is also a leading expert on Irlen syndrome, a little known but very common visual processing disorder that profoundly affects brain function. Dr. Annibali gives regular talks, presentations, and webinars throughout the Washington DC area on topics such as ADD, anxiety, mood disorders, autism, Alzheimer's, Lyme disease, and naturally, Calming the Busy Brain. "From the Hardcover edition."

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Author : Joseph A Annibali
Publisher : Penguin Audio
Data Published :
ISBN : 1611764807
EAN : 9781611764802
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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