Summary of Reclaim Your Brain
From RECLAIM YOUR BRAIN by Joseph A. Annibali, MD. Summarized by arrangement with Avery, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC.
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Psychiatrist Joseph A. Annibali draws on his experience helping thousands of troubled people. He suggests methods, applications and treatments for people with overloaded or “too-busy brains.” And, he tells you how to alter your brain’s circuits by changing the stories you tell yourself. Annibali packs a lot of information and analysis into his report. While never giving medical advice, getAbstract recommends this fascinating read to anyone who’d like to know about and use these insights into the brain and human psychology.
In this summary, you will learn
- How the function of the brain affects how you feel,
- How to manage negativity, and
- How to reshape your brain by changing how you think and act.
About the Author
Joseph A. Annibali, MD, is chief psychiatrist at the Amen Clinics in Reston, Virginia. He is a leading expert on using brain SPECT imaging with Lyme disease. He supervised the doctoral-level psychology program at George Washington University. At George Mason University he was a member of the faculty of the Department of Molecular Neuroscience and the School of Systems Biology.
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3 months agoAs a fan of neuroscience , I have been searching all this while for a book like this that brings together the whole brain concept for explaining our thoughts and the internal chatter. A compulsory buy for me for sure and a big thumbs up for the excellent summary
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