Female Brain Gone Insane: An Emergency Guide For Women Who Feel Like They Are Falling Apart

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Oct 1, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 248 pages
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Four Steps to Sanity—No Doctors, No Antidepressants, No Fuss

Are you one of the millions of women who feels like there is a giant boulder strapped to your back? You are exhausted but can't sleep. You find absolutely no joy in anything you do or in the people around you. You are forgetful and easily confused. You are overwhelmed, anxious, and emotionally bankrupt. In general, you feel like crap. Your doctor has told you it's all in your head and you feel like you are going insane!

Mia Lundin has heard all of this before and knows exactly how to help. She has treated and cured more than 3,000 women of all ages and stages of life who felt like they were 'losing it,' and who were initially misdiagnosed and prescribed pointless antidepressants or one-size-fits-all HRT by busy doctors. After considering the whole woman and the lifestyle she lives, Mia revealed the culprit in almost all of her cases to be a combination of brain chemistry and hormone imbalance. Never a standardized solution, Female Brain Gone Insane is the first book to tackle the emotional symptoms and issues associated with hormone and brain-chemistry imbalances while giving you the same wisdom, advice, and results that Mia offers her patients through her private practice.

The easiest and most compassionate program you'll ever find, Female Brain Gone Insane will guide you step by step through the scary maze of self-doubt and fear. You will learn how to listen to and identify your own symptoms to get started on your emotional rescue plan and take action toward sanity right now.

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Review: Female Brain Gone Insane: An Emergency Guide for Women Who Feel Like They Are Falling Apart

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Interesting, verrry interesting. Difficult to apply some of the advice as we here in Canada have a different medical system. Read full review

Review: Female Brain Gone Insane: An Emergency Guide for Women Who Feel Like They Are Falling Apart

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Lundin closely examines many of the hormones associated with menopause and peri menopause, iand includes some like the thyroid and adrenal glands that might contribute to some unexplained symptoms. I ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Mia Lundin With a growing reputation as an authority on women's hormonal and emotional balance, Mia Lundin, R.N.C., N.P. attributes her success to her own experience and her personal understanding of the physical and emotional effects of hormonal changes and from listening and treating thousands of women suffering from depression, anxiety, and irrational behavior due to hormonal imbalances. Having graduated as registered nurse from the Ugglevik School of Stockholm, Lundin went on to earn a degree as a certified nurse practitioner in obstetrics and gynecology from Harbor UCLA Medical Center. She settled in Santa Barbara and became one of the few practitioners to enter private practice. She is now the owner and director of The Center for Hormonal and Nutritional Balance Inc. in Santa Barbara , California. Her practice specializes in treating hormonal imbalances (PMS, postpartum depression, perimenopause and menopause) and the effect hormonal fluctuations have on the brain chemistry. In her 18 years as a nurse practitioner, Lundin has successfully balanced thousands of women to enable them to regain control over their emotional and physical health. She uses the very effective combination of bio-identical hormones, nutritional supplements including targeted amino acid therapy to rebalance the brain chemistry of her patients. Lundin's reputation and fresh perspective on attaining emotional and physical balance through bio identical hormone replacement therapy has attracted patients from all over the world. She is devoted to educating patients on the intricate relationship between nutrition, hormones and brain chemistry. Lundin is a sought after speaker in public forums on subjects such as hormones, moods and behavior. She has lectured internationally to health care professionals in Geneva, Switzerland and Paris. Mia Lundin lives with one of her three children in Santa Barbara, California. www.femalebraingoneinsane.com.

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