BRAIN POWER

BRAIN POWER
Author : LUIS S.R. VAS
Publisher : V&S Publishers
Total Pages : 236
Release : 2015-01-09
ISBN 10 : 9789352150281
ISBN 13 : 9352150287
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

BRAIN POWER Book Description:

A hundred billion neurons, close to a quadrillion connections between them, and we don't even fully understand a single cell! Amazing, isn't it? This complex structure called the brain located inside the human head controls almost all our actions and reactions.i 1/2i 1/2i 1/2The author in this book has collected and compiled several techniques devised by a wide range of researchers, to strengthen and sharpen the human brain so that iti 1/2 improves the body's immune system and its overall health. The techniques are presented in a systematic manner in the form of chapters and the readers can use them in different situations as per their needs, such as:Seven Ways to Sharpen Attention, Insight and CreativityMindfulness, Meditation and Self-CoachingExercise to Be StillEasy Strategies to Boost Your Brain PowerNine Things Successful People Do DifferentlyHowever, one should always remember that all the techniques given in the book have been provided merely for the purpose of enhancing the readers' awareness of their health potential and not as prescriptions for curing any specific ailment.


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