Author Introduces a Guide to Supporting and Optimizing the Brain Naturally
Courtesy of David Tomen
David Tomen searched for years to find relief after his diagnosis of adult attention deficit disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). After Ritalin lost its effectiveness, he began to read clinical studies to learn more about how Ritalin worked, searching for something new that would provide similar benefits. This led him to implement a methodically researched regimen of supplements and lifestyle changes resulting in his brain working better than ever before.
Tomen is now sharing his story and research with others that are looking for ways to deal with their own brain health and cognition issues. In Head First: 2nd Edition, the author provides detailed reviews of 102 of the most popular natural supplements used today, supported by hundreds of peer-reviewed clinical studies from leading research institutions and universities around the world. Written in easy-to-understand language, readers can now decide which supplements they should try and which ones they should avoid.
“There is no other book out there like Head First,” Tomen states. “The book is devoted exclusively to natural supplements—not smart drugs such as Ritalin or Adderall. You do not need a prescription for supplements because they can be found at any local health food store or vitamin shop.”
Tomen breaks down complex neuroscience and how the brain works so readers can better understand how supplements work. He also includes two chapters on his recommendations that can be used to help those suffering from anxiety, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, depression, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, PTSD, traumatic brain injury and more.
“You can literally turn your life around if you take care of your Head First,” Tomen exclaims. “This saved my life, and I know that with this information you can get relief from whatever brain health issue you are dealing with, too.”
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