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The Breakthrough Program That Allows You to See and Heal the 6 Types of ADDLearn More
Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
Information is power. Here's a simple, easy to understand explanation of Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Discover the biological basis of this disorder. Learn about the broad range of strategies and prescriptions for overcoming the associated problems.
Based on 18 years of clinical experience with more than 6,000 ADD patients, Dr. Amen's brain enhancement program offers advice on how to treat each of the six types of ADD.
A Comprehensive Clinical Home Study Course on the Neurobiology of Everyday Life
by Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
The brain is involved in every thing you do. When your brain works right, you work right and when your brain has trouble, you have trouble in your life.
Developing an intimate knowledge of neuroscience is essential to understanding others and having the best life possible.
The Brain and Behavior is an entertaining, practical, 15-week, master’s-level university course taught by Dr. Amen. It's filled with practical neuroscience to make you a better clinician and a more effective person.
Dr. Amen has a unique teaching gift, enabling him to take complex material and make it easy to understand and apply to everyday life. The lessons learned from Amen Clinics sophisticated brain imaging studies -- the world’s largest database of brain SPECT imaging studies related to behavior -- provide the foundation for this comprehensive course.Learn More
Hyla Cass, MD and Patrick HolfordLearn More
What does it take to make you feel "high"? Do you routinely reach for caffeine, alcohol, cigarettes, or sugary snacks to get you through the day or to transition from one event to the next? If so, you are certainly not alone.
Unfortunately, the quick fixes we have become accustomed to don't work long-term and often further contribute to the underlying problems of fatigue, depression, brain fog, and anxiety. Are there any alternatives?
In their groundbreaking book, Natural Highs, authors Hyla Cass, M.D., and Patrick Holford answer this question with a resounding yes.