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Daniel Amen



Daniel Amen, MD, is an American psychiatrist specializing in targeted brain disease diagnoses using SPECT imaging as well as a popular speaker on brain health and wellness. He is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and a multiple New York Times bestselling author on improving brain health.

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Psychiatrist Daniel Amen Answers Brain Questions from Twitter | Tech Support | Wired

Dr. Daniel Amen uses the power of Twitter to answer the internet's burning questions about how the human brain works. Why do we sometimes completely forget common words? Why does our brain seem to work best in the shower? Why is our anxiety through the roof during quarantine? Dr.

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Conquer Worry and Anxiety: The Secret to Mastering Your Mind

You can overcome worry and anxiety today. It is possible to feel better fast―and to make it last. Many people, mental health professionals included, think therapy needs to be long, hard, and painful―a lifelong commitment.

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How a Child Psychiatrist Suggests Dealing with Really Scary News

As a child psychiatrist for nearly four decades, I’ve seen that when children are also exposed to the never-ending negative news cycle—even if that just means hearing their parents talk about current events—it makes them feel unsafe, which is often manifested by sleepless nights, anxiety,...

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FindCenter Quotes ImageTo feel successful, you must be able to be honest about the things that are really important to you.

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11 Risk Factors that Destroy Your Brain | Dr. Daniel Amen on Health Theory

Dr. Daniel Amen is a double board certified psychiatrist and nine-time New York Times bestselling author. He sits down with Tom Bilyeu to talk about how to deal with negative thoughts, keeping your brain healthy, and assessing your brain type.

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Unchain Your Brain: 10 Steps to Breaking the Addictions that Steal Your Life

The brain plays a central role in your vulnerability to addiction and your ability to recover. Brain dysfunction is the number-one reason why people fall victim to addiction, why they can't break the chains of addiction, and why they relapse.

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Experiencing Mental Health Issues for the First Time? A Neuroscientist Explains Why

If your symptoms are interfering in your daily life—sabotaging your sleep, keeping you from getting any work done, or causing you to feel hopeless—it's time to consider that you may be experiencing anxiety or depression (or both, as they often go together).

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FindCenter Quotes ImageYour brain is involved in everything you do. Your brain controls everything you do, feel, and think. When you look in the mirror, you can thank your brain for what you see.

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How to Keep Your Brain Healthy

“You are not stuck with the brain you have. You can make it better and I can prove it.” Dr. Daniel Amen tells the SUCCESS Live Long Beach crowd that it starts with modeling a brain-healthy life.

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Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One

In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, author, speaker, researcher, and chiropractor Dr. Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to show you what is truly possible.

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