Soigner sa t te sans m dicaments ou presque
Les médicaments, on peut s'en passer ! Car nous disposons d'une incroyable industrie pharmaceutique dans notre cerveau... Les Français sont les premiers prescripteurs et consommateurs de psychotropes. Certes, les médicaments sont utiles, tout particulièrement dans les cas extrêmes de psychose ou d'hallucination. Mais pourquoi en abuser dans les situations moins graves, stress et insomnie notamment, quand les effets secondaires sont aussi néfastes ? D'autant que, on l'ignore souvent, notre machinerie neuronale est capable de tout fabriquer : des antibiotiques, des tranquillisants, des anticancéreux, des cicatrisants... Mais à force de constater que le travail est fait à sa place, notre corps s'habitue et perd ses défenses naturelles. À partir d'histoires cliniques, cet ouvrage présente de façon très parlante les méthodes scientifiquement validées qui favorisent les défenses de l'organisme. Entre les techniques éprouvées que l'on peut rapidement pratiquer seul (comme le yoga, la pleine conscience ou l'hypnose) et celles avec un thérapeute (telles les psychothérapies cognitives et comportementales), l'important est de trouver la méthode qui nous correspond. Il est temps d'oser sortir des sentiers battus pour inventer, main dans la main avec chaque patient, une thérapeutique personnalisée.
Management 3 0
How software practitioners can become great Agile leaders: simple rules from real-world practice * *Succeed with Agile by mastering eight crucial leadership skills: activating people, empowering teams, aligning results, organizing structure, enforcing discipline, manipulating context, acquiring knowledge, and measuring performance. *Work more effectively with knowledge workers, while managing risk, uncertainty, and change. *The newest book in Mike Cohn's best-selling Signature Series. In Management 3.0, top Agile manager Jurgen Appelo shows managers how to lead Agile adoption and Agile projects more effectively, while also helping their colleagues develop as leaders in Agile environments. Appelo combines the 'what,' 'why,' and 'how' of agile leadership, presenting background, examples, and powerful, proven techniques. Appelo identifies the eight most crucial agile leadership skills, explaining in detail why they matter and how to develop them - both in yourself and in your colleagues. You'll discover powerful ways to activate people, empower teams, align results, organize structure, enforce discipline, manipulate context, acquire knowledge, and measure performance. Management 3.0 will help aspiring managers and leaders: * *Define their teams' boundaries and constraints, so they can self-organize more effectively. *Anticipate issues teams won't or can't resolve on their own. *Give teams the feed and caring they need, and let them grow on their own. *Sow the seeds for a culture of craftsmanship. *Successfully manage risks and uncertainty in fast-changing projects and environments.
It's a prime ingredient in countless substances from cereal to soup, from cola to coffee. Consumed at the rate of one hundred pounds for every American every year, it's as addictive as nicotine -- and as poisonous. It's sugar. And "Sugar Blues," inspired by the crusade of Hollywood legend Gloria Swanson, is the classic, bestselling expose that unmasks our generation's greatest medical killer and shows how a revitalizing, sugar-free diet can not only change lives, but quite possibly save them.
The EFT Manual
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In the 1950s, Dr Alfred Tomatis pioneered the use of sound to enhance auditory pathways and improve brain function. This new field of treatment called Sound Therapy promised hope for those with tinnitus, chronic ear problems, fatigue, insomnia and learning difficulties. This best-selling book is the fascinating story of how Patricia and Rafaele Joudry brought Sound Therapy to the wider public, and how it can be used to heal an array of conditions almost as varied as the brain itself.
The End of Pain
For years Jacqueline Lagacé suffered from debilitating chronic arthritis pain in her hands, spine, and knees. Conventional medicine failed to provide any relief, and Lagacé, a medical researcher, began searching for alternatives. That search brought her to the work of Dr. Jean Seignalet, an expert in nutrition therapy, who used targeted nutrition to treat patients suffering from chronic inflammatory diseases. His approach was called the hypotoxic diet, and he achieved an 80 percent success rate with it. By following his dietary regime, Lagacé experienced alleviation of the pain in her hands within ten days and regained the use of her hands in 16 months. Her severe back and knee pain were also greatly reduced. In The End of Pain, Lagacé explores how our bodies are at war with our modern Western diet. She thoroughly investigates the science behind treating inflammatory disease with nutritional therapy and explains why consuming wheat, dairy products, and animal proteins cooked at high temperatures disrupts the balance of intestinal flora and spurs the growth of pathogenic rather than beneficial bacteria, citing recent scientific studies showing how and why these foods are potentially pro-inflammatory. The End of Pain is where relief begins.
Mad in America
Schizophrenics in the United States currently fare worse than patients in the world's poorest countries. In Mad in America, medical journalist Robert Whitaker argues that modern treatments for the severely mentally ill are just old medicine in new bottles, and that we as a society are deeply deluded about their efficacy. The widespread use of lobotomies in the 1920s and 1930s gave way in the 1950s to electroshock and a wave of new drugs. In what is perhaps Whitaker's most damning revelation, Mad in America examines how drug companies in the 1980s and 1990s skewed their studies to prove that new antipsychotic drugs were more effective than the old, while keeping patients in the dark about dangerous side effects. A haunting, deeply compassionate book—now revised with a new introduction—Mad in America raises important questions about our obligations to the mad, the meaning of “insanity,” and what we value most about the human mind.
The Myth of Sanity
The author explores the fragmented and often fragile human psyche, revealing common, everyday forms of dementia that plague millions of people and discusses the impact of traumatic memories in one's daily life. 20,000 first printing.
A man searches for his wife in the city after a car accident separates them.
Buddha s Brain
If you change your brain, you can change your life. Great teachers like the Buddha, Jesus, Moses, Mohammed, and Gandhi were all born with brains built essentially like anyone else’s—and then they changed their brains in ways that changed the world. Science is now revealing how the flow of thoughts actually sculpts the brain, and more and more, we are learning that it's possible to strengthen positive brain states. By combining breakthroughs in neuroscience with insights from thousands of years of mindfulness practice, you too can use your mind to shape your brain for greater happiness, love, and wisdom. Buddha's Brain draws on the latest research to show how to stimulate your brain for more fulfilling relationships, a deeper spiritual life, and a greater sense of inner confidence and worth. Using guided meditations and mindfulness exercises, you'll learn how to activate the brain states of calm, joy, and compassion instead of worry, sorrow, and anger. Most importantly, you will foster positive psychological growth that will literally change the way you live in your day-to-day life. This book presents an unprecedented intersection of psychology, neurology, and contemplative practice, and is filled with practical tools and skills that you can use every day to tap the unused potential of your brain and rewire it over time for greater well-being and peace of mind.