E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar


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    Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar I am a MA level psychotherapist and Registered Addiction Specialist intern currently working at a methadone clinic in the extremely impacted area of South Los Angeles We are a medical and psycho educational program ie we provide our clients with the facts about their disease and counsel them in evidenced based medically sound practices I work with people suffering from addiction all day every day A lot of the informati

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    characters The Addicted Brain E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar I chose this book from the Vine program for a few reasons I am a public defender who works with addicts and recovering addicts on a daily basis and I recently lost a close friend to a drug overdose I wanted to know about how the brain functions after substance abuse and this book did the job Dr Kuhar starts the book very slowly in

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    E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters characters The Addicted Brain As an assistant prosecutor I primarily deal with drug cases mostly heroin I estimate that 85% or of our cases are

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    E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters Read about 20% from the beginning then two chapters It's very vague and a lot of it is just blah blah and the writing is horrid

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    characters The Addicted Brain Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar The problem is that if you see yourself as a addictYou can't get away from your addiction if you don't see yourself as addict it will make you feel better

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    characters The Addicted Brain E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar One day The Addicted Brain Why We Abuse Drugs Alcohol and Nicotine by Michael Kuhar showed up on my Kindle; and one night when I couldn't get to sleep right away I decided to start reading it The book was a pleasant surprise It was easy to r

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    E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar This book is written by one of the top authorities in the scientific research of addictions This does not mean however that it is hard to understand or written only for experts Instead this book assumes that the reader does not have much of a background and gently takes himher from the basics to advanced contentP

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    Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar This is an extremely useful book to include in one's repertoire of resources in my opinion I like how he broke down terms and illustrated certain key points with research studies charts graphs etc Although it's an easy read you feel smarter after reading it lol I also like how he incorporated other dependency's that people go through but society has a tendency to overlook such as nicotine food sex and gambling

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    E–pub Free The Addicted Brain by Michael Kuhar I was hoping the author would delve into the neuroscience of addiction but he at least does some of that It's certainly better than a purely self help book I especially approve of his efforts to soften our attitudes and self righteousness about drug addicts However it may just be me but I felt the writing was fairly awkward throughout the boo

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    characters The Addicted Brain Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters I realize this is a science book but it was tedious reading about cellular function and brain chemistry throughout the entire book The graphs and charts were helpful but again tedious There were a couple of redeeming ualities when discussing treatment options and the stigma of addiction I made myself finish this book because I hoped it would help me understand addiction and how to help an addict I wouldn't recommend thi

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  • Hardcover
  • 222
  • The Addicted Brain
  • Michael Kuhar
  • English
  • 09 April 2018
  • 9780132542500

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characters The Addicted Brain Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters En Internet overuse Kuhar concludes by outlining the 12 characteristics most often associated with successful drug addiction treatment Authoritative and easy to understand The Addicted Brain offers today s most up to date scientific explanation of addiction and what addicts their families and society can do about it This book is written by one of the top authorities in the scientific research of addictions This does not mean however that it is hard to understand or written only for experts Instead this book assumes that the reader does not have much of a background and gently takes himher from the basics to advanced contentPROS The author really knows what he is talking about This book is not a over simplistic or moralistic attempt to say that drugs are bad The author takes the time to explain drug addiction in its many different layers from the molecular changes in the brain synapses to the behavioral changes of the addict and even important the reaction of society towards himher Every scientific term is clearly explained and there are plenty of diagrams tables and charts to illustrate the points presented Especially significant is the fact that the author introduces the reader to some of the most intriguing uestions in the field and the options that researchers are exploring to respond effectively to the problem of addiction CONS I found it a little surprising that the author uotes text and graphics from Wikipedia in several occasions Wikipedia is of course an excellent source of information but for a scholarly and experienced author one would have expected uotes from stable sources Also the e book version I read made it a little difficult to follow the graphics and their description but I am thinking this should not be a problem with the paperback or PDF version Finally although it was not the main focus of the author I felt that there should have been a deeper exploration of other kinds of addictions There is one chapter dealing with gambling nicotine alcohol sex and others However the section about sex addiction was very disappointing as it deviates and repeats contents from the previous section without really giving much information about that topic which I think is very relevant as well CONCLUSION This book is important seriously important I have never had any experience with drugs but I live in a place where just by going to the corner I can see children teenagers and adults consumed by drug addiction The influence of drugs in our present world is too significant to be ignored I dare to say this book is indispensable 1 for anyone who has an issue with drugs whether directly or indirectly involved Even if this is not the case this book is relevant for 2 anyone who feels responsible for helping people and for making this world a better place As a representative of the second group to me it was refreshing and enlightening to be reminded of the physiological conseuences of drug addiction and the social stigmas that society has so carelessly put of drug addicts As the author hints throughout the book addictions are present in many different ways and if not with drugs it is likely that we ourselves are experiencing or have experienced such bondage This is a must read period

Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael KuharThe Addicted Brain

characters The Addicted Brain Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters Addiction destroys lives In The Addicted Brain leading neuroscientist Michael Kuhar PhD explains how and why this happens and presents advances in drug addiction treatment and prevention Using breathtaking brain imagery and other research Kuhar shows the powerful long term brain changes that drugs can cause revealin As an assistant prosecutor I primarily deal with drug cases mostly heroin I estimate that 85% or of our cases are either drug charges trafficking possession etc or are theftforgeryetc charges in which people were committing the crimes to get money to support their drug habits I read this book in an effort to gain a better understanding of what is going on in the heads of the defendants that I see every dayThe biggest thing I take away from this book is that addiction is a brain disease It s not simply saying I m not going to take that any A user s brain has to literally heal itself and that might take a long time years evenThis book extensively explains the science of brain chemistry that explains why certain drugs are addicting and what they do that causes the addiction

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characters The Addicted Brain Summary ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Michael Kuhar Michael Kuhar ↠ 5 characters G why it can be so difficult for addicts to escape their grip Discover why some people are far susceptible to addiction than others as the author illuminates striking neural similarities between drugs and other pleasures potentially capable of causing abuse or addiction including alcohol gambling sex caffeine and ev The problem is that if you see yourself as a addictYou can t get away from your addiction if you don t see yourself as addict it will make you feel better