• Neuroplasticity

  • Neurons, Brain Structures, and Neuroscience
  • By: John Feisel
  • Narrated by: Ric Chetter
  • Length: 3 hrs and 26 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (106 ratings)

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By: John Feisel
Narrated by: Ric Chetter
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Publisher's Summary

Neural networks - what are they, how do they affect our brains, how important are they, and are they different in guys versus girls? All these questions and more are answered in this audiobook. 

Neural networks are used in medical diagnostics. Find out how they interact with forex trading, learn how to make stock trading easier, and find out if they truly work.

Hypothalamus - what is it, how does it work, and what does it do? Learn to keep it healthy. Learn how it affects your health. Learn to notice signs of hypothalamic conditions and what they are. Learn about treatments and natural ways to increase hypothalamus functioning. Gain knowledge of the various preventive measures one can take to to keep it functioning.

The woman’s mind - a mysterious place, especially for men. Learn about the ways things market themselves to the female brain. See how a woman’s brain is wired and learn ways to keep it healthy. Listen about the differences in the aging process between guy’s and girl’s brains, and how we think differently. Find out the various chemical differences in a man’s brain versus a woman’s.

Brain health - learn how to keep your brain healthy, learn the warning signs of various conditions, and how to enhance your brain functioning.

©2019 John Feisel (P)2019 John Feisel

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I liked the facts about the hypothalamus. That's something I think we all need to understand better, because we all have one, and it determines a lot of our behavior. Are you fat, emotional, frustrated? It all relates to the hypothalamus. I also liked a lot of other things, like the details it pointed out about the differences between men's and women's brains. I knew there was a difference, but I didn't know they were as different as they claim in this book. Some myths got debunked too here, though. Good audiobook, and I highly recommend it, if these are the kinds of topics you're into.

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Awesome

I don't have any other words to describe it. Wow. What did they teach me in elementary and high school? They should have taught me more stuff like this.

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You can't go wrong with this

I thought this was a great way to expand my knowledge about the human brain. The three hours of listening was worth it.

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This book is bad.

The grammar is poor. The content is unorganized and often repeats itself needlessly. There are also multiple places where the author straight up contradicts himself. Read something else.

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It's over!

You hear that, competing books? It's over! This book is da bomb.com! It might possibly have had a few mistakes, but they did not subtract anything from the remarkable info that this particular book contains. You can learn a lot. I know I did.

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  • 03-03-21

Returned after the first chapter

This is so poorly narrated - he spoke so fast I couldn't even follow it. Returned