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The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast



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"Behavior is the expression of the problem, not the problem". Daniel Amen.

Amen to that.

by Fishing Treatment 11 months ago

Every politicians should undergo regular scan before and after they elected.

by raymond peter 7 months ago

Who else is now curious to have a brain scan to see how their brain health and activity holds up?

by you want a pizza me? 7 months ago

I love when medical experts, care heart and soul, for humanity.

by Smoothy 7 months ago

โ€œPsychiatry is the only medical field that never looks at the organ they treat.โ€ - Daniel Amen.

by T L 6 months ago

15 years ago I had a car accident that resulted in serious brain damage, i was paralyzed and was told i was not gonna read and function again, ten years later i got distinctions in my majors at uni and i have no set backs (physically and mentally). I saw my neuropsychologist last week for the first time in 15 years and when i was speaking to him and he noticed how functioning i am he looked at me like hes seen a ghost. It is very very very very very real how the mind is capable of changing the brain and anything is possible as long as you put in the hard work and believe in your self (fk the haters). the brain is forever reinventing itself and renewing itself and the saying you cant teach an old dog new tricks and becoming slaves to your habits is wrong. I think what society has become is a shame in relation to how much of a lack of an understanding how powerful the brain is and what is possible through hard work because everything is instant and reality has been put into Hollywood movies making us believe these things are not possible in 'real' life.

by Byron 6 months ago

Wonderful knowledge,we need to improve ourselves to be in harmony with nature,our lives. Life is not a rehearsal. Thank you Amen.

by Ron Romeo 6 months ago

6 years passed, they still don't look at the brain

by hossein alipour 6 months ago

If someone had looked at my brothers brain when he complained to his doctor about bad headaches, he might still be alive today.

by Watcher 693 6 months ago

As a man with Asperger's and ADD whom had been through my fair share of hardships(mostly work-related) that given me a severe case of depression, panic attacks and crippling anxiety... This is something I've asked for, for decades! Treat the mind as an organ! Treat the Brain as the f***ing Brain!

by H. X. Algoritmis 6 months ago

So Iโ€™m assuming that if brain ๐Ÿง  scans did become industry norm. Pharmaceutical companies would take a huge financial hit ? ๐Ÿค”

by ZenTradeGame 1 month ago

Gives a whole new meaning to the question "were you dropped on your head as a child?" doesn't it.

by 8randi 6 months ago

This is shocking .. absolutely. We must bring psychiatrists and neurosurgeons to work together like cardiac physicians and surgeons.

by Farooque Khan 5 months ago

They should make this scan mandatory before hiring a guy as a cop.

by nizamm 6 months ago

"First, do no harm"
I wish most medical profesionals actually practiced the very principle they're supposed yo live by

by CCalquemist 6 months ago

"When you have the privilege of changing someone's brain you not only change his or her life you have the opportunity to change generations to come" DEAR GOD this sentence is so powerful. I will never forget that.

by Metzerii 2 months ago

WOW. I have a daughter. We've done everything. I don't think they've done this. Will look into it next week even if insurance doesn't pay for it.

by Tom Hollins 6 months ago

You want to drop the crime rate drastically? Do everything possible to stop child abuse.

by Roland Greystoke 1 year ago

"First, do no harm"
I wish most medical profesionals actually practiced the very principle they're supposed yo live by

by mike huxford 1 month ago

Why aren't brain scans done at least once in a person's life or during a check up every few years? Seems like this would solve a lot of problems! Really have to ask a doctor for a brain scan to see if there's anything wrong with the brain?!? If it's expensive, it should be made inexpensive or covered by health insurance!

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