You, Happier: The 7 Neuroscience Secrets of Feeling Good Based on Your Brain Type

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You, Happier: The 7 Neuroscience Secrets of Feeling Good Based on Your Brain Type

Author: Daniel G. Amen
Pages: 341
Genre(s): , Wellbeing
Publisher: Tyndale Refresh

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Happiness is a brain function. With a healthier brain always comes a happier life.

After studying more than 200,000 brain scans of people from 155 countries, Dr. Amen has discovered five primary brain types and seven neuroscience secrets that influence happiness. In You, Happier, he explains them and offers practical, science-based strategies for optimizing your happiness. Dr. Amen will teach you how to:

discover your brain type based on your personality and create happiness strategies best suited to you;

improve your overall brain health to consistently enhance your mood;

protect your happiness by distancing yourself from the “noise” in your head; and

make seven simple decisions and ask seven daily questions to enhance your happiness.

Creating consistent happiness is a daily journey. In You, Happier, Dr. Amen walks you through neuroscience-based habits, rituals, and choices that will boost your mood and help you live each day with clearly defined values, purpose, and goals.

Daniel G. Amen

Daniel Gregory Amen (born July 1954) is an American celebrity doctor who practices as a psychiatrist[2] and brain disorder specialist as director of the Amen Clinics. He is a five-times New York Times best-selling author as of 2012. .

Amen has built a profitable business around the use of SPECT (single-photon emission computed tomography) imaging for purported diagnostic purposes. His marketing of SPECT scans and much of what he says about the brain and health in his books, media appearances, and marketing of his clinics has been condemned by scientists and doctors as lacking scientific validity and as being unethical, especially since the way SPECT is used in his clinics exposes people to harmful radiation with no clear benefit.

Amen has studied brain injuries affecting professional athletes, and has consulted on post-concussion issues for the National Football League.

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