Curacion Emocional / The Instinct to Heal: Acabar Con El Estrs, La Ansiedad Y La Depresion Sin Frmarcos Ni Psicoanlisis / Curing Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Without Drugs and Without Tal

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Editorial Kairós, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 298 pages
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Seven natural treatments for stress-related disorders are presented in this guide to help readers move beyond traditional drugs and therapy by tapping into the emotional brain's self-healing processes. This ability to self-treat, rather than fall into a trap of drug prescriptions and therapy, originated with the emotional brain from which instincts, strengths, and innate identity originate. Benefits of alternative treatments such as acupuncture, dawn simulation, heart coherence, and nutrition for anxiety and depression are also documented, as are the reasons that they remain poorly understood and largely excluded from mainstream medicine and psychiatry.   El cerebro emocional es la fuente misma de nuestra identidad y de los valores que dan sentido a la vida. Se presenta en este libro un nuevo m todo que utiliza el cerebro emocional como medicina, sin medicamentos ni psicoterapias interminables. Presentados son siete m todos de curaci n particularmente eficaces, algunos de ellos totalmente desconocidos por el p blico en general: integraci n neuroemocional mediante movimientos oculares, regularizaci n del ritmo card aco para controlar las emociones, sincronizaci n de los relojes biol gicos, acupuntura, ejercicio f sico, aportaci n de cidos grasos omega-3 y t cnicas de comunicaci n afectiva.
 

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David Servan-Schreiber is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and cofounder of the Center for Complementary Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He is a cofounder of Doctors Without Borders and has spent 20 years practicing as a doctor and researching neurocognitive sciences.

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