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The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast For all what you said daniel ..amen lol
You talk about relation between troubled brain and bad things people do. But did you also check, how many people who have a troubled brains never do bad things?
god bless you for your work.
Thank you for saving Andrew through proper diagnosis. Inspiring 💚🙏
No one thinks he sounds like a conman/quack/cult leader? Oh, right....I meant maverick
Apart from our brains... who are we? Are we really free or are our actions dictated solely by how our brains are made. To what extent are we more than just our brains?
What an amazing lesson and exciting space to keep an eye on
Great sir
God bless for your such great work
Wow!!! Sir
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Awesome lecture! Very enlightening!
So why listen for 14.37 minutes with no clue whatsoever on the steps to change your brain?
Shame on you TEDx
yeah, it's all about money... thanks
wow, completely amazing !
You’ve brought up many interesting and hopeful thoughts to me. I suffered my first TBI at the age of 3, the second at 7, the third at 11, the 4th at 20 and the 5th and most recent was last year and that one left me down and out for 6 months. The last one left me out of work ( on the job injury) and in p/t for 5 out of those 6 months. Let me back up and tell you that by the age of 17 I was diagnosed with clinical depression, OCD, GAD, panic disorder, ADHD, PTSD...lots of pills were thrown at me including benzos, Too. So, now at age 45 I’ve been on just about every darn anti-depressant on the market and still feel like most days I’ve no relief from my completely sad, angry and extremely anxiously racing thoughts that run through my bruised and broken head on the daily. When I ask my psychiatrist that my meds need to be changed because I don’t feel as though they’re working he makes me feel like I’m “seaking” (because I do take a benzo and a med for my ADHD). My last visit HE MADE ME CHOSE between my benzo and my add med saying because they’re both controlled subs - my insurance company (I got the same letter he did) told him I had to chose! There were no such words in that letter! I am a federal govt employee with excellent health & prescription coverage-my doctor felt it easier to lie to me than to explain his reasoning as to why he made me chose! I’ve seen this psychiatrist for nearly 20 years. I think it’s time to find a new one-one who does brain imaging because I’m no doctor but I’m almost certain many many of my issues are related to my numerous TBI’s throughout my lifetime. Glad I watched this Talk!
the most important lesson is,dont listen to anyone and to learn the right way for you.
So, how did he 'change their brain' and recovered the damage? He didn't mention that?
Man, I LOVE this guy! I'm currently undergoing Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for my chronic depression. It's working! Not a cure but much better than just medication.
He is a Great Genius.
Dude's a quack