Scientific research teaches us that negative emotions such as anger, anxiety and worry significantly increase the risk of serious disease. In The Heart Brain Dr. Catherine Athans explains how you can change your life, bring peace to your mind, health to your body, and develop more satisfying relationships with others. She further illustrates how to create a deep sense of meaning by learning about your Heart Brain system and practicing the simple exercises that are included in this book.
You can change your life, bring peace to your mind, health to your body, develop more satisfying relationships with others and create a deep sense of meaning. How? .....
.... by learning about your Heart Brian system and practicing the simple exercises that are included in this book.
About the Authors:
Marie-France Louvel received her training at the most prestigious center for speech therapy at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de la Salpetriere, Paris, France. She further trained with the with the esteemed Madame Denise Sadek-Khalil at Hospitalier de St. Vincent de Paul. Marie-France has earned the highest awards in France for speech therapy and evaluation of dyslexia. Currently she is practicing speech therapy and evaluation of dyslexia in Los Altos, California.
Dr. Catherine Athans has dedicated her life to relieving human suffering by teaching people who they really are, that they are miraculous human beings empowered with the ability to change their lives mentally, emotionally and physically. She trained with Dr. Meyer Friedman and Dr. Ray Rosenman, who were the leading exponents of the relationship between type "A" behavior and heart health. At SRI International in Menlo Park, CA, Dept. of Behavioral Medicine, she researched and studied the interaction between stress and smoking. Dr. Athans also worked for the Center of Research and Disease Prevention, Behavioral Medicines and Dept. of Psychiatry at Stanford University, where she studied the effects of stress on longevity, weight, intelligence and the ability to concentrate. This is her fourth book.