|Author:||John J. Ratey|
|Title:||Shadow Syndromes: The Mild Forms of Major Mental Disorders That Sabotage Us|
|Format:||lrf docx lit doc|
|ePUB size:||1234 kb|
|FB2 size:||1612 kb|
|DJVU size:||1194 kb|
|Publisher:||Bantam; Reprint edition (June 1, 1998)|
Shadow Syndromes book. THE GOOD: Ratey and Johnsons "Shadow Syndromes" focuses on the mental conditions that will eventually torment nearly everyone of us some point in life, and still fall short to meet the typical diagnostic criteria for mental diseases. The book argues in favor of proactive attention to these conditions.
Shadow Syndromes is thorough, but at the same time it simplifies the technical aspects of mental illnesses-no stacks of footnotes or complicated neurotransmitter charts here. The authors use plenty of anecdotes to illustrate how everyday people have recognized and overcome shadow syndromes. They agree with Freud that "Every person is only normal on the average. We each have oddities and dysfunctions that fly under the radar of formal diagnosis and treatment.
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The title tells us accurately what this book is about: mild versions of mental illnesses. Specific lifestyle changes are also advised, including more sleep, changes in diet, and more exercise.
They use real-life case studies to illustrate how shadow syndromes affect our everyday lives and how they can be treated-often dramatically-with diet, exercise, psychotherapy, and medication. Shadow Syndromes is the revolutionary theory that sheds light.
John J. Ratey, . He is the coauthor, with Edward Hallowell of the books Driven to Distraction, Answers to Distraction, and Delivered from Distraction. In 2001 he published the book A User's Guide to the Brain, in which he describes the human brain as a flexible muscle, which works on a "use it or lose it" basis
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By John J. Catherine Johnson, P. When we ask ourselves what minor flaws in the brains functioning may be affecting us or someone we love, one of the most confusing issues is how many of the shadow syndromes normal people may fit. Sometimes depressed, sometimes impulsive, sometimes manic, sometimes obsessed: we may find aspects of ourselves, our families, and our friends in every chapter of this book. That is why we begin here with the concept of noise. The one characteristic every shadow syndrome has in common is noise: an internal, biologically based, mental white noise.
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Shadow Syndromes by John J. Ratey and Catherine John. amashealth. What is poor executive functioning has become ADD/ADHD. What Is A Shadow Syndrome? - Kids Health Tips. com Mental Health Disabilities. Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School & Author John Ratey, MD, explains what a shadow syndrom. hadow Syndromes - Goodreads. Laurie said: The title tells us accurately what this book is about: mild versions of mental illnesses . /5.