HeartMath Brain Fitness Program
Deborah Rozman and Rollin McCraty
Source: Recieved for an honest review
Book Description (from heartmath.org)
Explore how your brain works and learn how to make it work better
Emotional stress, the strains of modern life and aging all can hasten cognitive decline. Memory, focus and concentration are especially vulnerable, but you can actually learn to take care of your brain, improve mental functions, remain alert and develop your brainpower. The new HeartMath Brain Fitness Program book explores the critical relationship between our emotions and the brain. It describes the heart’s role in shaping and controlling our emotions and communicating with the brain. Learn how to harness your neuroplasticity, the brain’s capacity for changing and rewiring itself. Learn to raise your heart coherence to promote emotional stability, optimal cognitive performance and harmonious function across all of your body’s systems. This wonderful research-based work lays out a practical and simple method for using HeartMath techniques and technology to improve and sustain your cognitive abilities throughout your life.
HeartMath Brain was an interesting read. It is research based which makes it a little more believable compared to some other books. For me, although interesting, it was a little tough to read. It didn’t keep my interest peaked and I kept having to put it down. It was definitely written with a scientific mind and if you do not have a medical background, you may have difficulty reading it. The section on TBI – Traumatic Brain Injury was interesting but written like a text-book. I guess I was thinking it wasn’t going to be more of an entertainment type book. There are charts and graphs to show their points which makes understanding it a little easier. Overall, it wasn’t a bad read but definitely not what I was expecting.
Reviewed by: KellyR
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