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Memory Improvement
  • Author:
    Vernon H. Mark
  • ISBN:
    0395653711
  • ISBN13:
    978-0395653715
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  • Publisher:
    Mariner Books (January 6, 1993)
  • Pages:
    244 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Memory Improvement
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    1492 kb
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    4.4
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Mark Vernon is a writer, broadcaster and journalist. He writes for The Guardian, The Philosophers' Magazine, Financial Times and New Statesman. He has appeared on BBC Radio 4's In Our Time. Vernon was formerly a Church of England priest, but has since become an agnostic Christian, a position about which he now writes and speaks. Vernon has a degree in theology from the University of Oxford and another theology degree and a physics degree from Durham University.

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Reversing Memory Loss details a step-by-step program for finding the underlying causes of confusion and memory loss and for working out a balanced plan of diagnosis and treatment to restore or preserve competence and memory. Now in paperback, this groundbreaking work brings hope to those who used to think that aging meant "losing it." Dr. Vernon H. Mark, for many years chief of neurosurgery at Boston City Hospital, is one of America's leading neurosurgeons.

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This author's take on memory loss is very different from other books I've read. I thought his discussion on negative conditioning and its effect on memory was very interesting. He demonstrated how he is able to differentiate between a conditioned memory loss and real disease by taking an in-depth patient history. He maintains that these conditioned memory losses are reversible; but he never actually reveals his memory enhancing techniques, aside from a few relaxation methods. After reading this book, I left with no practical advise and nothing new to try.
Thetahuginn
I thought this was a very well-written book about Alzheimers and dementia related illnesses. It gave some worthwhile suggestions and explanations.I think anyone dealing with aspects of this illness would benefit from reading this.
Jaiarton
Information was clear and well-written. However, not sure there is agreement in all areas of the discipline to claims made on treatments. Would have been good to know dissenting opinions.
Clever
This book seems to be more like an explanation on causes of memory loss than a practical guide to revert them. It does have some advice on it, but is not the bulk of the book. Besides it seems more intuitive than medical. I feel it didn't brought any new to me.
Risinal
Well written.........great guidelines and tips! Worth purchasing!
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Dr. Vernon Mark helps the reader understand memory loss; determine specific difficulties in his book "Reversing Memory Loss." The subtitle of the book "Proven Methods for Regaining, Strengthening, and Preserving Your Memory" discuss how medications, stimulants, depressants, proper diet and good nutrition can be monitored to strengthen your memory.

Mark's work can be helpful as a diagnostic tool however I was hoping to find more substance in areas the proven methods the subtitle suggests. Since the book's publication date a lot of research has been and is being done. A look at the authors in the extensive bibliography introduces other experts in the field of brain and memory research. I also found the complete index helpful in pinpointing questions I wanted to specifically address, and for a quick review process.

"Reversing Memory Loss" provides an overview of the memory process and the causes that impact memory loss.
lifestyle
This book is really an eyeopener for me and shocked me with the facts about how many elderly are wrongly diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease when they in fact have treatable other memory problems. I'd recommend it to anyone with a memory problem, including me! Also, it is reassuring that many of the things, ie forgetting names, forgetting where my car is in parking lot are not signs of serious memory loss. Also, this book emphasized to me the effect of depression on memory problems, which is comforting. The book is very caring and hopeful filled with practical advice to share with your doctor. I hope it is updated and reissued though. Valuable to read and helpful overview for people with loved ones bewildered with memory problems.
Good condition.