When Crisis Strikes

de Jennifer Love (Autor), Kjell Tore Hovik (Autor)
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“An essential roadmap for our stressful world.”
—David Perlmutter, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author

YOUR BRAIN’S GREATEST ENEMY? CHRONIC STRESS. LEARN HOW TO REGAIN CONTROL, LIFE BALANCE, AND WELL-BEING.

 
FROM THE RENOWNED AMEN CLINICS
 
Stress is an unfortunate fact of modern life, and when those stressors are catastrophic—divorce, illness, caregiving, loss—a brain under stress becomes a brain in crisis. In this invaluable guide, award-winning psychiatrist Dr. Jennifer Love and neuropsychologist Dr. Kjell Hovik explore how to heal the damage that prolonged stress can do to your brain and your health. In When Crisis Strikes you’ll learn how to prevent these side effects from hijacking your daily life.

   • Discover how your brain works with your body’s natural stress response system.
   • Learn how mental and emotional cues cause physical reactions like muscle tension, pain, lowered sex drive, and more.
   • Practice the five steps to relieve a stressor’s toll on your mind and your body.
   • Utilize the tools to deal with any life crisis.
 
When Crisis Strikes provides hope and healing for everyone who has experienced the often-crushing weight of chronic stress.
 
“An essential roadmap for our stressful world.”
—David Perlmutter, MD, #1 New York Times bestselling author
 
Drs. Love and Hovik will show you the science of your stress response, the impact on your mind and body, and practical steps to feel better and come through it stronger."
Mark Hyman, MD, #1New York Times bestselling author
 
“Charming, poignant, and profound. In the midst of an unprecedented global crisis that the COVID pandemic is, readers will find the book full of deep insights and practical advice.”
 Elkhonon Goldberg, PhD, Director, Luria Neuroscience Institute and Clinical Professor of Neurology, NYU Grossman School of Medicine
 

Colaborador
Daniel Amen (Autor del prefacio)
Fecha de publicación
29 de diciembre de 2020
Editor
Colección
Número de páginas
304
ISBN
9780806540825
ISBN papel
9780806540818