Free science Kindle books for 16 Jun 18

Endorphins: Simulate Success and Happiness through a Healthy Brain

by Quinn Spencer

Find out about the best ways to naturally fight pain.

Endorphins are natural painkillers. As such, they function as an important neurochemical to create feelings of happiness, satisfaction, excitement and relaxation. Although endorphins are usually released automatically and naturally, there are ways to stimulate a healthy dosage of endorphins at the right time. And that lies at the very essence of this brief guide.

However, endorphins are also related to addictions, which makes it so crucial to understand how to maintain the right balance. In this book, you’ll learn more about:

  • How to give your endorphin levels a natural boost or get an endorphin high.
  • Ways to cope with stress through endorphin levels, the body’s natural morphine.
  • How to increase your success in, for example, business or body building, through endorphin production.
  • How your subconscious mind provides powerful painkillers.
  • How to stay away from addiction through the right endorphin levels.
  • What if you could be more productive, happier, free, tougher, calmer, and more confident by an ideal balance of endorphin production? Wouldn’t that have an impact on your life?
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    Synesthesia: Understand, Master, and Control Your Senses

    by Quinn Spencer

    Have your senses been troubling you?

    If so, you might be suffering from a condition related to sensual deviation and—mingling sound, taste, touch, and sight—called synesthesia. For those who experience this, the senses may overlap. This clear, concise book will inspire you that, no matter how rare synesthesia may seem, you are not alone.

    This fascinating but confusing phenomenon is explained in great detail. For those who are intrigued by the perception of the senses, this book is a great description of the known physiology of synesthesia and the ways the individuals with it see, taste, hear, taste, and touch the world. It’s a straightforward guide that can help you understand perceptions in a unique way. You’ll read about subtopics such as:

  • What synesthesia is, and why it is so rare but worth studying.
  • A list of surprising signs that you might have a form of synesthesia.
  • The classified categories of synesthesia, and all that pertains to them.
  • The main disadvantages of synesthesia and how to handle those impairments the best way.
  • How caregivers and parents can support children with synesthesia.
  • How synesthesia can grow during someone’s childhood but die out later.
  • Anyone without a background in psychology could read it cover to cover and thoroughly enjoy it. The text is clear and comprehensible. If you want to know more about synesthesia, its symptoms, causes, and solutions, then this book is definitely for you.

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    65 Answers about Psychiatric Conditions

    by Richa Bhatia

    Are ups and downs in mood bipolar? Can difficulty focusing be due to something other than ADHD? What are the possible causes of insomnia? How is a delusion different from an overvalued idea? Dr. Richa Bhatia, a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist, and former faculty member at Harvard Medical School and Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, answers common questions about mental illness and treatments in this book. Given 1 in 4 people will suffer from a psychiatric or neurological disorder at some point (according to World Health Organization estimates), awareness about psychiatric conditions is important and can be life-changing.



    The Nature of Life and Humanity

    by Joseph Stadtmiller

    “The Nature of Life and Humanity” tells the story of the cosmos, Sun and Earth: the evolution of mankind expanding across the continents, the tools that aided us, the cultural networks that brought us together, the spirituality that answered what we didn’t understand. The nature of life on Earth requires clean air and water, fertile soil, energy and natural resources with diverse biodiversity and a stable moderate climate. An altered climate is just one component of the ecosystem changes that a growing human population has been orchestrating on Earth; air and water pollution, topsoil depletion and erosion, excessive energy and natural resource consumption and biodiversity loss are the others.
    Our continued survival depends on the size of our population, the quantities of natural resources we consume, our waste and how we process it, the degree to which we love and respect all life on this planetâ??and even ourselves, our success at passing these principles on to each generation that follows.
    The book concludes with answers to the questions: why we must and how we can change the way we live, how living more relevant, respectful and simple lifestyles can restore our sense of humanity and our future!



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