• Neurogenesis: How to Speed Up the Growth of Adult Brain Cells

  • By: Quinn Spencer
  • Narrated by: Eric Boozer
  • Length: 59 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (121 ratings)

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Neurogenesis: How to Speed Up the Growth of Adult Brain Cells

By: Quinn Spencer
Narrated by: Eric Boozer
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At first, they thought it wasn’t real, but science has discovered the truth.

When researchers found out about the growth of new neurons, it paved the way for an extensive study on the human brain and topics like short- and long-term memory, the hippocampus, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, and epilepsy. A whole array of conclusions, findings, and new theories was the result. 

In this book, you will learn all about the natural growth of neurons in the adult brain. The book touches on subtopics such as:

  • The definition of neurogenesis and everything that it involves
  • How to stimulate the growth of new brain cells and wire them up
  • The ultimate healing formula for aging minds
  • Related theories and findings about Alzheimer's disease
  • How the growth of new neurons improves one's memory

Think about how great it would be if you understood what stimulates the growth of your brain cells. Think about how much more you would remember or how much better your thought patterns would be. 

Add this audiobook to your cart. This scientific short listen is worth the small price.

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I heard about the topic

I was curious about this topic because I had heard the term. I found this book to be an intelligent, elaborate read with several anecdotes that explain what is involved in neurogenesis. The author knows what he is talking about and the narrator does a good job. All of this has to do with the growth of brain cells and how neurons improve memory and prevent such things as Alzheimer's Disease. It's really an interesting topic, and with it being 59 minutes, it barely gets under that 6.95 dollar price point and saves me an extra 3 books. Man, am I glad it doesn't have that extra minute. Still, for a book of almost one hour, it delivers some amazing content. I highly recommend this book.

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Growth explained

I believe so many people don't realize how the brain cells multiply and how it affects our behavior and our habits.

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Great

Listened to it in one setting. Offers a great explanation of Neurogenesis, along with the future of research.

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Process explained

The process of neurogenesis is very interesting and should be known by everyone. Unfortunately, they don't teach you this in high school, so for 3.95 dollars, I'm convinced you're not missing out.