The Mind-Body Connection: Using the Power of the Brain for Health, Self-Healing, and Stress Relief

Goliszek, Andrew

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Synopsis: The premise of Mind-Body Connection is that the brain, as the most powerful organ in our body, is easily conditioned to boost immunity, fight stress, prevent disease, and trigger self-healing. Easy to read, with page after page of useful instructions and tips for maintaining health and well-being, the author explains how anyone, from children to the elderly, can stay healthy and disease free by using the mind to condition and heal the body.

About the Author: Dr. Andrew Goliszek received his Ph.D. in Physiology from Utah State University. He was a research associate at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in both the departments of Physiology and Pharmacology and the department of Medicine. Currently he is an associate professor of biology and human physiology at North Carolina A&T State University, and is the author of numerous articles, scientific abstracts, three books on stress and stress management, and two medical novels. His books have been translated in eleven languages.

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Title: The Mind-Body Connection: Using the Power of...
Publisher: Healthnet Pr

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Goliszek, Andrew
Published by Healthnet Pr (2003)
ISBN 10: 096164754X ISBN 13: 9780961647544
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