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Brain Power: The Best Ways to Improve the Flow of Neurotransmitters

Narrated by: Phil Blechman
Length: 45 mins
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Allow your mind to function better and become a happier human being. 

Did you realize that a lot of emotions we experience are influenced by levels of oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine, and endorphins? We are so greatly affected by the juices that flow through our physical bodies and we are hardly aware of it. If you could get more of those “happiness hormones,” it certainly would improve your temper and solidify the health of your brain, wouldn’t it? Then don’t wait and get this book so you can experience more joy in life by:

  • Creating more happiness hormones.
  • Relieving stress.
  • Releasing more cuddly feelings.
  • Increasing your energy.
  • Improving your mood.
  • Decreasing your chances of a depression.
  • Having more rewarding feelings in what you do.
  • Connecting to other people more intimately.

Buy this audiobook today!

©2018 Montgomery Jameson (P)2018 Montgomery Jameson

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Interesting to learn more about it

I discovered more about neurotransmitters, like dopamine and endorphins, and I think this is a good guide. Sometimes, it got a little complicated, but overall good.

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Great info about the brain

I like the idea of knowing more about neurotransmitters and dopamine and all that. It's a hot topic nowadays.

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Brains need a boost

So how do you get those happiness hormones? This book answers that question and everything related to it.

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Fun and not so funny

This was a serious book, as you could expect from the cover, and it contains so much good information that you'll think you will die. Hahaha!

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I've seen books like this

But this one is by far the best on the topic of neurotransmitters and the things we experience every day.

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This is it!!

This is the number one book on my list! It's amazing! It's awesome! It's the shizzleeeeee!

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Montgomery Jameson

The author of this book is pretty clever. He knows exactly what to cover in his topics.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-04-18

Neurotransmittors

Dopamine, oxytocin, and serotonin are important parts of our brain, and it's our job to keep a constant flow of those substances going. This book touches well on those topics.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-03-18

Very clear

The tips and facts in this book are clear. I learned about dopamine, endorphins, oxytocin, etc.

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  • Taylor
  • 12-05-18

Learn more

The brain is complex and we often react to the chemicals in it. Our emotions are well explained and the substances that form those.

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