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  • Understanding Brain Disorders, Intelligence Patterns, and Neurology
  • By: Sally Stephens
  • Narrated by: Erin Robertson
  • Length: 4 hrs and 20 mins
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Neuroplasticity

By: Sally Stephens
Narrated by: Erin Robertson
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Summary

The frontal lobe controls everything we think and do and controls how we learn. This audiobook will teach you many new ways to improve your focus and memory. It will explain neurogenesis and neuroplasticity. 

The specific topics covered in this audiobook include:

  • Treatment options if you damage your frontal lobe
  • The different types and styles we learn
  • Working methods that make a big difference in how we learn
  • Accelerated learning techniques and their advantages
  • Worthwhile speed-reading strategies and the many advantages and benefits of speed-reading
  • Methods of improving and enhancing your memory and focus
  • Neurodegenerative illnesses and their treatments
  • Melatonin and its ramifications when it comes to Alzheimer’s
  • The origin of neuroplasticity
  • The steps to rewire your brain through neuroplasticity workouts

By following the guidance in this audiobook, you will be able to:

  • Increase your brain capability and function with neurogenesis
  • Learn to enhance your neuroplasticity
  • Learn about the four pillars of brain physical fitness
  • Identify the steps for treating eating disorders
  • Know how to use your knowledge in neuromuscular scoliosis in spastic paralysis

Our brain is what gives us our capability to succeed, so why not do everything we can to improve it? 

This wonderful guide can show you how to do just that, through the topics listed above as well as many others in this book.

©2019 Sally Stephens (P)2019 Sally Stephens

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  • Robert
  • 08-01-20

Excellent book

Before the trolls on Amazon are going to get a chance to tear this book down, like they do with so many others, I'm adding my positive opinion to this platform that I liked this book and I recommend it. So many of these books can be useful and I happened to pick this one. Deal with it. I loved the narrator, and I was impressed with all the information in it. For 4 and a half hours of information about our brains, I think I got a good deal.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-01-20

Awesome

This is one of the best books I've come across recently. The author really outlines the things we need to know about neurological disorders, about patterns in the brain, and so many other things. I think you should give this a try.

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  • John
  • 09-01-20

Intelligent

Hey, I'm intelligent. I said nothing about not being intelligent. I just wanted to learn more about my brain. And yes, I did. With all joking aside, this is a great book that you can learn a lot from. What else should I say? I mean, it's what it is, isn't it? Get it! I recommend it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 19-05-20

Cant complain

Both the narrator and the author put some true effort into this. I almost missed this book, but I am actually happy that I found it anyway. It makes sense what the author states, particularly in the last couple of chapters, where the matter becomes a conclusion.