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Summary

Neuroplasticity is the brain's ability to change through experience. It has several powerful applications such as learning new info, mastering a skill, quitting bad habits, overcoming obsessions and compulsions, and recovering from injuries.

Everyone's brain has the capacity for neuroplasticity, but not everyone is maximizing it. This audiobook will tell you what you need to do to benefit from your brain's natural capacity to heal and improve itself - even if you're a newbie to neuroplasticity.

What you will learn in this guide:

  • Neuroplasticity in a nutshell
  • Taking care of your brain's health
  • Stimulating your brain
  • Developing focus
  • Managing stress
  • How to use neuroplasticity
©2016, 2017 Erik Smith (P)2017 Erik Smith

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shallow content, poor narration

content was a summary and did not go into depth or give any verification of its sources. The narrator was monotone and un interested