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In this book, David Moyer shares ideas on assessing and treating underlying biological factors. He suggests the following to keep your brain from screaming “Ouch!“—clean it, feed it —or not, inspire it, rest it, defend it, tune it, debug it—or not, balance it, sculpt it and energize it. You are encouraged to explore these interventions not only with your healthcare provider but also with “Dr Google.” Moyer asserts that it is not only how your brain screams “OUCH”, but why it screams that is most important. This is the second of three books in The Transformation Trilogy, a series that challenges the very definition of mental illness and envisions a future where people can find definitive treatment for underlying biomedical disorders. The first book in the series, a medical memoir entitled Too Good to be True? Nutrients Quiet the Unquiet Brain, points out the limitations of standard of care practice, using his family’s history to illustrate. The third, Beyond Mental Illness, addresses factors that cause us to rely on psychological and medical labels rather than find solutions. That book envisions major changes in the mental health care system of the future when people can transform their labels so they can begin the process of transforming their lives. After reading this, or any of the books in the series, you may reconsider how you think about mental illness.

A “screaming” brain can wreak havoc on your life and the lives of your loved ones. It causes sleeplessness, depression, mood swings, memory lapses, out-of control impulses, altered reality, obsessive thinking and behavior and even diminished intelligience. The good news is you may be able to prevent this or, if it is already happening, stop it. In this book you will learn 10 ways to keep your brain from screaming “Ouch!” Is it really that simple? It could be. How? • Simple, easy-to-implement strategies • Minimal technical details • Leading edge interventions • Internet-friendly for thousands of solutions

“The brain only has so many ways to scream ‘ouch!” when it hurts. The way it screams ’Ouch’ is not the diagnosis. The reasons for the ‘ouch’ are the diagnoses.

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