• Memory Training

  • Everything About Hormones, Oxytocin, Pheromones, Cortisol, Estrogen, Etc.
  • By: Jane Hampton
  • Narrated by: Derek McGulsky, Ric Chetter
  • Length: 10 hrs and 47 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (49 ratings)

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These three titles contain the following information:

Book 1: Serotonin, Cortisol, pheromones, and psychology durability - each of these things affect our mind. Serotonin is commonly referred to as the happiness hormone, and while everyone wants their life to be full of happiness, you must be careful to not let your serotonin levels become unbalanced, as this can affect your health. Certain things can decrease your serotonin levels, this book can explain to you what those are how to avoid or combat them and what happens if your serotonin levels do get too low.          

Learn what cortisol does and what you can do if your cortisol levels get too messed up. Find out why it gets such a bad rap. Learn how to balance it naturally, instead of trying to remove it. Find out the advantages and disadvantages of cortisol.  

Pheromones, the stuff that supposedly makes us smell sexy. Learn about the background, history, meanings, descriptions, and psychology of pheromones within this book, and so is the answer to the big question. Learn what attracts the ladies vs. what attracts the men. Find out pheromone products to start with, as well as how to boost your own. 

Book 2: Neuromarketing is a way for companies to sell you on their product by going straight to your brain. They do this by studying the human brain as it reacts to various marketing stimuli. The value behind this research is huge. Many studies are happening around the world. Mental, or psychological, imagery is a mental technique used to help achieve certain goals through psychological imagery. Learn how expert golf enthusiasts use these techniques to increase their performance. These methods are also used in other sports and in various arts, such as painting, sculpting, and building/designing as well. This method can be used to help increase self-confidence, reduce anxiety, and get rid of phobias, especially when combined with hypnotherapy. Psychological mindsets can change our lives when combined with mental imagery.  

Melatonin is what the pineal gland produces in order to help us sleep. However, this is not all melatonin is capable of. It can help with your diet, studies are looking into its effects on autism. Learn what the best dosage is and the best source of melatonin is. Learn the side effects and the indications that you have a shortage.

Book 3: Oxytocin, Estrogen, Endorphins, Dopamine. Hormones produced by the body and all but one relate to feeling happy. Estrogen is responsible for developing and maintaining the female characteristics of the human body. But what exactly do they do to make us feel happy? Are they dangerous or addicting? How does estrogen work? This guidebook will answer these questions and any others you may have about these subjects by discussing the topics below, along with others. 

  • The power of Oxytocin
  • The sexual ramifications it possesses
  • Functions in males vs. females
  • Oxytocin for nursing, childbirth, and connecting
  • The chances of addiction
  • Various activities that trigger its release
  • The essentials about estrogen and its impact on the body
  • Estrogen when it comes to female and male fertility
  • Signs of low estrogen its effects
  • Get the low down on endorphins and how to boost, trigger, and increase your endorphin levels
  • Dark chocolate
  • How dopamine can stop anxiety

Well, what are you waiting for? Buy the book and learn about these fascinating subjects!

©2019 Jane Hampton (P)2020 Jane Hampton

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Not bad at all

Not bad to learn so much about the hormones and neurotransmitters in our brains. I learned a lot about myself.

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Very enjoyable

So much to learn about the human psyche! And it's all interconnected with our hormones and body functions. I think this was valuable information.

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Fascinating stuff

You can learn so much from this book. I saw that it was a 3-book combo. So I snatched it away. Good snatch. Good book. No complaints. Learned a lot about my wife (estrogen).

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I loved it

The author certainly knows how to say it well. I learned a lot just by soaking all of it up. The information was excellent, especially if you already understand a little about the issue. Really, you can understand nothing at all about it and still follow along effortlessly.

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Interesting

The narrtor sounds pretty professional, and the writer understands a ton about the subject. In my eyes, it was simply one of those audio books you can not skip. You can not dismiss it, because it is one of the best out there. I might become repetitious here, but that's just how I think of it.

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Not bad

Not bad in any way. I feel it's 1 of the greatest audio books on the marketplace. I have actually discovered that certain books are pretty much trash, and this saddens me. But this audiobook did not follow that trend. It's actually really good. So, I appreciate it.

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such a waste of my credit!

It's been a while since I've listened to such a crappy book, both in content and performance! I've been through the first book, the second one it's a motivational crap with little science behind and the third one follows suit. I don't know what I hated the most, the performance or the content itself!

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