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The Heart-Brain Connection: The Neuroscience of Social, Emotional Learning


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Richard Davidson points out that medicine (by using psych drugs) cannot do the things we can actively choose to do to change our brain function, structure and therefore our behavior and cognitive capacities with meditation and other systematic habits. We can choose to change our brains and heal our body/minds and spirits.

 

A book by Richard Davidson

 

 

brain.jpg?w=150&h=93More posts on brain health and neuroplasticity on Beyond Meds:

“I wrote a new story for my nervous system” — neurosculpting, neuroplasticity  
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The Emerging Mind: (neuroplasticity and much more)  
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More info on neuroplasticity — a reader favorite topic on this blog  
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Neuroscience of change, another take on neuroplasticity: self-compassion and awareness to start  
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How meditation can reshape our brains (and revisiting neuroplasticity)  
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Contemplative neuroscience — more on neuroplasticity  
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Neuroplasticity: change your behavior, change your brain  
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The Mystical Brain: call it neuroplasticity if that’s more comfortable for you  
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The brain that changes (grows, heals and repairs)  
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Neuroplasticity of the brain — Steven Morgan  
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Meditation, trauma and neuroplasticity  
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The brain man – more neuroplasticity  
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Recovery through mind training —a journey of meditation in Buddhism  
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Your brain on exercise  
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The Brain Benefits From Persistent Sensory Experience: there is always hope for healing and recovery  
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Yoga: Changing The Brain’s Stressful Habits  
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Willpower and choice…we can do simple things to strengthen our capacities to make healthy choices

Everything Matters: Beyond Meds 

https://beyondmeds.com/

withdrawn from a cocktail of 6 psychiatric drugs that included every class of psych drug.
 

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