All-New Revised Edition
Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is a national health crisis that continues to grow—yet it remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly treated illnesses today. Neuropsychiatrist Daniel G. Amen, MD was one of the first to identify that there are multiple types beyond just purely hyperactive or inattentive ADD, each requiring a different treatment. Now, in this all-new, revised edition, Dr. Amen again employs the latest medical advances in the field, including the largest brain imaging study ever completed on patients with ADD, to identify, examine, and demystify the 7 distinct types of ADD and their specific treatments.
With updated recommendations for nutraceuticals and/or medications targeted to brain type, diet, exercise, lifestyle interventions, cognitive reprogramming, parenting and educational strategies, neurofeedback, and more, Dr. Amen’s revolutionary approach provides a treatment program that can lead sufferers of ADD to a normal, peaceful, and fully functional life.
Sufferers from ADD often say, “The harder I try, the worse it gets.” Dr. Amen tells them, for the first time, why, and more importantly how to heal ADD.
See Dr. Amen's Public Television Special on ADD!
About the Author:
Dr. Daniel G. Amen is a physician, psychiatrist, teacher, and multiple New York Times bestselling author of 30 books, including Change Your Brain, Change Your Life; Magnificent Mind at Any Age, Change Your Brain, Change Your Body; Use your Brain to Change Your Age; and Unleash the Power of the Female Brain. He is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts on applying brain imaging science to clinical psychiatric practice. Under the direction of Pastor Rick Warren, Dr. Amen, together with Drs. Mark Hyman and Mehmet Oz, is one of the chief architects on Saddleback Church's "Daniel Plan," a 53 week program to get churches healthy, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. He is the producer of seven highly popular shows about the brain, which have raised more than 50 million dollars for public television, and his work has been featured in Newsweek, Parade, New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post, Men’s Health, and Cosmopolitan.