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Brain reset / David Gillespie.

Brain reset / David Gillespie.
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A30003050052970B 616.85 GIL
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A30003050319197B 616.85 GIL
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ISBN 9781760981167
1760981168
Name Gillespie, David, 1966- author.
Title Brain reset / David Gillespie.
Published Sydney, NSW : Macmillan, an imprint of Pan Macmillan Australia, 2021.
Description xi, 308 pages ; 23 cm.
Content Types text
Media Types unmediated
Carrier Types volume
Notes Break the cycle of anxiety, depression, stress and addiction and restore mental calm and stability - Cover.
Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Anxiety, depression and addiction are the scourge of modern-day living. How are they linked? How do we beat them? According to bestselling author and researcher David Gillespie, we are more addicted than ever before, which is playing havoc with our dopamine levels. Our see-sawing dopamine levels are fuelling epidemic-like levels of depression, anxiety and stress. Gillespie reveals a large and robust body of research that shows how addictive activities, such as screen use, sugar consumption, drinking, gambling, shopping and smoking, spike our dopamine levels, which in turn affects our brain's ability to regulate our mood. The good news is that we can break the cycle to make things better. There are myriad root causes of mental illness, many of which are beyond our control; David argues that it makes sense to tackle the thing that is within our control, our see-sawing dopamine levels.
Subjects Dopamine -- Physiological effect
Depression, Mental -- Prevention
Anxiety disorders -- Prevention
Self-care, Health
Genre Self-help publications.
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