• Neuroscience

  • The Elaborate 3 in 1 Guide to the Human Brain
  • By: John Feisel
  • Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
  • Length: 13 hrs and 8 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (100 ratings)

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Neuroscience

By: John Feisel
Narrated by: Kevin Tromp
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Luckily for you, you just bumped into a book with three separate but still interrelated titles with topics such as these:

Title 1 - Phobias - those irrational fears that so many possess, but why do we have them, and what makes them so intense? What about manic depression - what causes that disorder? Also, what about Tourette's Syndrome? What's going on in its corner of neurological disorders? Let this book show you by discussing topics such as:

  • What are phobias?
  • What causes us to have them?
  • What is the difference between a fear and a phobia?
  • How are phobias classified?
  • What are some of the various physical and mental signs and symptoms of one?
  • Reasons for a phobia.
  • Basic vs. complex phobias.
  • What does manic depression cause?
  • The varying kinds of manic depression.
  • Signs and qualities of manic depression.
  • What can trigger it?
  • When should you ask for help?
  • The history of Tourette's Syndrome.
  • Some of the typical causes of Tourette's Syndrome.
  • How to detect Tourette's Syndrome.
  • The various manifestations of Tourette's Syndrome.
  • How to handle both it and the tics that come with it at home and at school.
  • The sociological and cultural elements of Tourette's Syndrome.

Using these subjects, plus a few others that lie within the confines of this book, you can begin to acquire the answers and natural treatments that you're looking for. 

Title 2 - Hallucinations. You're seeing and hearing things that aren't there, but did you know those aren't the only two kinds? Hallucinations can stem from any one of the five senses. You can smell something that isn't there, taste something you haven't eaten in months, or feel something that just isn't there. Learn even more about hallucinations, including natural treatments and ways to care for those who have them, by listening to this book.

Emotional resilience, what is it? Is it good or bad? How can I get it and make it stronger? Can anyone have emotional resilience? Does it affect kids differently? Find your answers here.

Bulimia - where girls eat a lot and then go puke it up so they can stay skinny, right? Not quite. In reality, the truth is much more complicated. Bulimia is an emotional eating disorder, usually due to low self-esteem stemming from being/thinking they're overweight. Learn the truth and clear away the lies surrounding this dangerous disorder.

Brain cancers are some of the worst cancers out there. They're something that we wish we could wish away into nonexistence, unfortunately, we cant. What we can do is learn to watch for the signs and about natural treatments.

Title 3 - Aphasia is a language disorder often brought on after a stroke that causes a loss of ability to understand or express speech. There are a number of different types of Aphasia, including Broca's and Wernicke's. In this book, you will find explanations for these types of aphasia, among others. It will also tell you who is at risk for aphasia. Learn about the various medications and treatments, both medical and natural.

Study the history, anatomy, and function of the organ within your brain known as the amygdala. Learn how the amygdala processes data from our senses and creates emotions. Find out about the various distinctions in the human amygdala based on sex.

Discover the physical signs of anorexia, as well as some of the qualities that come with it. Clear up some of the misunderstandings, and find out whether guys can be anorexic. Learn how to support and help those with anorexia.

Listen about the subconscious mind and how it is affected by the laws of attraction and vibration. Discover how to reprogram your subconscious to improve your life. Shed light on what testosterone actually is, what it can do, and how to increase it through diet.

This book covers all of this.

©2019 John Feisel (P)2020 John Feisel

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Nice

Nice book! Really, seriously, actually (okay, that word didn't fit into the context, so forget it). This was a nice book! Did I mention that this was a nice book? Haha!

Okay, so now for the review. The books in this bundle (that's what I'll call it, a bundle) are nothing short of a wealth of knowledge about the human brain. I appreciate people like the author and the narrator putting the time into compiling so much information so that I can sit back and listen to it. I am not that big of a reader, so audiobooks like this make my day. Good value if you find a way to get it for a discount, free or something else. Otherwise, well... it's a bit expensive but still worth it, in my opinion.

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Worth it

This is worth getting. I loved the information about our neurons, our brain, our way of thinking... well, it's all in the books, the 3 in 1 combo. Very good.

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Cool

So much! Wow! Where do I even start? Well, I'm not going to write an endless review on this, but I just wanted to say something nice because I think it's a valuable book.

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Not bad at all

This is not a bad book. There are 3 included, and I learned a lot from them. I think this is one of the best deals out there about the topic.

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Undoubtedly worth it

This is definitely worth the credit. I was sincerely impressed with this. Nice book. Good topics, very interesting, those different topics.

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This is the worst narrating I have ever heard

Someone please shoot this reader I think he is English, but that is no excuse, his sentance structure is aurtrochious, his punctuation is non existantant and his reading is useless. please deleate him from audible books.

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Good review for this one

I wish I was truly good at composing reviews, but you'll simply need to be pleased with this average suggestion, namely, that the audiobook was interesting all the way through, up until the very end.

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Very good, in my opinion

It's great to listen to a book such as this one. I have actually seen that certain books are practically garbage, and this grieves me. However, this audiobook didn't follow that pattern. It's actually truly great. So, I like it.

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Perfect

I thought it was perfect. I don't know about other people, but I definitely loved this book. No complaints. No criticism. Sure, it may not have been perfect but I didn't hear anything wrong with it. Does that say something about me or the book? Haha! I don't know.