Why Isn't My Brain Working?

  • by Dr. Datis Kharrazian
  • Narrated by Adam Verner
  • 15 hrs and 35 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Losing your memory? Can't focus or concentrate? Do you have brain fog or tire easily? Have you lost your zest for life or motivation? Do people tell you this is all a normal part of aging? If so, your brain may be growing old too fast, or degenerating. Modern diets, a stressful lifestyle, and environmental toxins all take their toll on the brain. This doesn't just happen to seniors - brain disorders and degeneration are on the rise for young and old alike. The good news is the brain is extremely adaptable and wants to get well. You simply have to know how to feed and care for your brain. How do you know if your brain isn't working? See if some of these signs and symptoms of brain degeneration apply to you:

memory loss
brain fog
difficulty learning
lack of motivation, drive, or passion
tire easily
poor focus and concentration
fatigue in response to certain chemicals or foods
Brain degeneration affects millions of Americans of all ages. The destruction sets in years or even decades before Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, or other serious neurological diseases can be diagnosed. Learn how to spot brain degeneration and stop it before it's too late. Why Isn't My Brain Working? will teach you strategies to save and improve brain function. You will learn how simple diet and lifestyle changes and nutritional therapy can profoundly impact your brain health and thus the quality of your life. Don't waste another day wondering why your brain is not working. Learn what you can and should do about it. Why Isn't My Brain Working? harnesses cutting-edge scientific research for safe, simple, and truly effective solutions to declining brain function.


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Fine, but very elaborate, content

I like the content of the book, but it's quite long, partially due to the many (!) case stories.

First of all, I dislike case stories presented in anecdotal form. Each time a new anecdote is told, one has put oneself in a state of mind to relate to that story. It gives a haphazard, jumbled-up feeling. you're listening to a list of dopamine's various roles in the brain, then the next moment you're presented with Liz, 27, who visited Dr. XX (one of Dr. Datis many students/franchise partners?) with problems of inattention, blah blah blah..." then before you know it, that story is over and he's moved on to listing the benefits of natural supplements, rinse and repeat.

Those case stories serve as testimonials. They are there, partially (I believe), to give you the feeling that this Dr. Datis fella is THE guy who can you YOU. He listens. He cares. Etc. Just be aware that he is VERY expensive.

It also feels like each and every issue with the brain is causing: inattention, moodiness, aggressive behavior, etc. So each list of "do you suffer from these symptoms" sounds ultra similar. My take on it: don't expect to be able to diagnose yourself from a book like this. You can't.

For the above reasons, I recommend getting the book, not the audiobook. And preferably the Kindle version. That way, you can search for your issues, keywords, etc – find what you need, and not have to bother with the many case anecdotes.
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- Oliver Nielsen

Snake Oil Sales Pitch

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This book can be summarized as follows: I know this person who had all these health problems; I treated them with my stuff; now they are all better. No science, no studies no facts about his claims. This is difficult to listen if you have any scientific training. It is a very long sales pitch based on anecdotal stories with no controlled studies to back it his cures. Make sweeping problem descriptions and sweeping claims of cures as if the reader couldn't understand or derive there own conclusions if presented tested factual evidence.

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- MacAttack

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-26-2014
  • Publisher: Elephant Press