The information presented in this audiobook is in no way exhaustive and focuses on some basic things that can be done to improve your own or someone else's memory.
Memory is a big concern to many persons, as without it one cannot function effectively. It really affects those who have family members who have diseases that negatively affect memory, like Alzheimer's or dementia. As such they are seeking any method possible that is safe to use to improve that family member's memory or to boost their own enough to be able to recall things effectively for a long period of time.
The audiobook looks at it in stages, moving from the methods that require professionals right down to things that can be done in addition to that to help boost memory function. The author goes to great lengths to explain everything in simple terms so it can easily be understood. The author also makes no effort to force any method on the listener.
Everything is presented, and then the listener is left to make the decision on whether or not he or she wants to try any of the methods that are outlined. The great thing we learn is that not every method is clinical.
Jason Newman grew up in a household that had individuals suffering from attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and as such developed a keen interest from an early age in ways in which things can be done by parents, caregivers, and friends, and of course doctors, to make the day-to-day existence of an individual with ADD/ADHD as easy as possible.
He then opted to major in psychology and do some other courses on behavioral therapy and improving memory, among other things. Through the knowledge he gained from his research, he was able to write a number of books on the subject, including ADHD in Adults and Children: How To Beat ADD and ADHD.
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