The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast

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The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast

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The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast I couldn’t agree more with this man. I have struggled the past three years with major depression and the drugs they have given to me have ruined my life and I find it hard to function day to day. Currently I’m between jobs and just like to watch YouTube videos, sleep, and do very spontaneous things. Drugs may help some but I know they haven’t helped me.
In August through December 2008, I had a catastrophic massive stroke which I got in a car accident. My personality changed for the better. My nagging personas, my nervousness, my anxiety, my stress, my 'god' persona, my workaholic and manic-depressive moods were erased by the blood clots. No medicines, no drugs, no psychologist, no religion could have change the way that my brain uplifted itself. My brain is NOT numb. I am alive. So, I leave my brain brief before you....
hmmmm...... my brain is 'SEEING' a wee bit of a sales pitch here.
What phenomenal findings and approach to truly helping those suffering from mental illness. I hope that this treatment becomes more widely used and accepted.
Even though the technology he promotes is justifiably widely criticised as in itself superficial and lacking accuracy, I think he really points towards the important implications that progress in neorology and psychology combined can have for everybody and society as a whole! To advance analysis and treatment and making it accessible for everybody will be of great common benefit and enhance so many people's lives.
i would certianly not want my brain changed to be more of the taxpayer person.
i see what good this could do, but i see a lot more danger in it.
i would absolutely not like a nother form of mind controll. media is bad enough, we do not need altered brains to produce better tax payers.
there is a place in Israel that u
The difference between medieval psychiatric practices or contemporary psychiatric practices. We can look, or we can bleed them and hope for the better.
When I was 11 years old, I slipped, fell down on a concrete floor and hit the back of my head really hard, thankfully I did not go unconscious, will this affect me? Im 19 btw
I don't remember if it was mentioned, what type of scans do they do? Traditional MRI?
My deepest respect to this individual. This is the kind of rolemodel we should see in tv, not in a hidden unknown (albeit big) YT-Channel
So how do you change someones brain exactly? Does he mention what the cure is?
This is one of the most amazing TED talks ever.
Wow, that was very eye-opening.
This isn't reliable information. All the conclusions are based changing effects.
Great presentation
omg, think of all the poor Boxers.
He is so ahead of today's psych industry. The world should embrace his words.
Amazing work!
Very touching talk, thank you