Unleash the Power of the Female Brain: Supercharging Yours for Better Health, Energy, Mood, Focus, and Sex

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From one of the world's leading experts on how the brain works, a step-by-step, practical program for women to achieve greater health, energy, and lasting happiness by harnessing the power of the female brain.

For the first time, bestselling author and brain expert Dr. Daniel G. Amen offers insight on the unique characteristics and needs of the female brain and a practical, prescriptive program targeted specifically for women to help them thrive. In this breakthrough guide based...

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From one of the world's leading experts on how the brain works, a step-by-step, practical program for women to achieve greater health, energy, and lasting happiness by harnessing the power of the female brain.

For the first time, bestselling author and brain expert Dr. Daniel G. Amen offers insight on the unique characteristics and needs of the female brain and a practical, prescriptive program targeted specifically for women to help them thrive. In this breakthrough guide based on research from his clinical practice, Dr. Amen addresses the issues women ask about the most including fertility, pregnancy, menopause, weight, stress, anxiety, insomnia, and relationships.

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Dr. Daniel G. Amen is a clinical neuroscientist, psychiatrist, a brain imaging expert, and the founder of a world-renowned health clinic; he is also a bestselling author, known to millions as the man behind Use Your Brain to Change Your Age and The Amen Solution. In this book, he turns his attention towards the needs and capabilities of the female brain. As always, his emphasis is on the practical applications of scientific findings; in this case, the health, energy, mood, focus, and sex lives of real women. Among the issues addressed are weight, insomnia, menopause, fertility, pregnancy, stress, anxiety, and relationships. A gift for any female reader.

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“Daniel Amen is, by almost any measure, the most popular psychiatrist in America."   – Washington Post

"If you want to be stronger, smarter and sexier, this is your book!" - Leeza Gibbons, TV Host, Author, Health Advocate 

“Unleash the Power of the Female Brain is a thought-provoking, breakthrough, insightful book which will assist millions of women and their partners to find answers for their personal and intimate lives. Carefully researched Dr. Amen's approach to deep-seated problems will not only effect healing, but will also help to prevent furthering existing pain.” - Christa Dowling, former Editor-in-chief of Vogue and author of The Unkept Promise
“Dr. Amen has spent his career exploring and explaining the vast dimensions of the brain. This book is a must read for all women who want to reduce their stress and create a life of health and happiness.” – Dr. Kathleen Hall, CEO, The Stress Institute & The Mindful Living Network
 “I like the idea of giving women the information to improve brain function. And that worrying about our health actually results in a longer, healthier life!” - Cynthia Good; Editor & CEO, Little PINK Book  

“An intriguing exploration of the biologic, psychological, social and spiritual interrelationships that can enhance female brain health.” - Nanette K. Wenger, MD, Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) Emeritus Emory University School of Medicine
“We've always thought we were more intuitive and empathetic but to see it in a picture makes it absolute and thrilling.” - Carole Hyatt, founder and CEO of the Leadership Forum

"At last, a user-friendly guidebook to the female brain, for women-- and surprisingly, written by a man. Who else but Dr. Daniel Amen could mix it up as he does? You'll find the latest science, fascinating case histories, and effective action steps to lead us on the road to a healthier brain. Clearly, Dr. Amen appreciates women, loves brains and making them shine-- and can tell us how to be our absolute 'brain-best.'  -Hyla Cass MD, author of The Addicted Brain and How to Break Free

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Publishers Weekly
In this comprehensive manual, psychiatrist and bestselling author Amen (Use Your Brain to Change Your Age) pep-talks women into optimizing their brains in order to intensify focus and happiness, not to mention orgasms. Emphasizing the need for "brain envy" in lasting motivation, Amen strategically intersperses SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography) scans that evidence diversity in blood flow and activity not only between fit and junk-fed brains but also in a woman's brain between points of her cycle. The latter effectively underscores his argument for balancing hormones as part of one's overall brain-training regimen. His advice itself isn't revolutionary: get adequate rest; consume fish oil, a multivitamin, the right probiotic; don't cling to stress or negative thoughts. What differentiates Amen's work is the research, accompanied by visuals, into the ramifications of ignoring one's mental and physical health. Applying his "four circles" approach to the female brain in particular, he recommends encompassing strategies for maintaining both serenity and acute cognitive function throughout the hormonal whirlwinds of PMS, pregnancy, and menopause in addition to hectic daily schedules. Representing a necessary intersection of biology, psychology, sociology, and philosophy, Amen's approach to conditioning the brain does justice to the complexity of its subject.
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Kirkus Reviews
A handbook for better health in women. "You don't think about your brain because you cannot see it," writes Amen (The Amen Solution: The Brain Healthy Way to Get Thinner, Smarter, Happier, 2011, etc.); however, this "is a huge mistake, because success in everything you do starts with a healthy brain." Without a vigorous brain, every other aspect of life suffers. Based on brain scans, questionnaires and blood work, Amen shows women how they can optimize their brain health through diet, exercise, supplements, meditation, friendships and loving relationships. In a reader-friendly fashion, the author breaks down complex issues such as attention deficit disorder and the numerous hormones at work in the body. Mood swings, weight changes, negativity and menopause are just a few of the challenges Amen states are easy to fix once women begin to follow his prescribed regimes, and he provides real-life stories from patients who have successfully altered their lifestyles for the better. The author includes numerous lists of what to do and what not to do to optimize overall brain health, but many more are referenced that can only be found on Amen's website. Annoyingly, this requires a paid membership to access the full scope of available information. Simple one-hour exercises reinforce the lessons, requiring readers to list goals, worries and failures, among other topics. Although most of the information is common knowledge, Amen's easy-to-follow instructions will aid readers in retaining and implementing the information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307888952
  • Publisher: Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony
  • Publication date: 12/3/2013
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 106,498
  • Product dimensions: 5.32 (w) x 7.92 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Meet the Author

DANIEL G. AMEN, M.D., is a clinical neuroscientist, psychiatrist, and brain imaging expert who heads the world-renowned Amen Clinics. He has published 26 books including the New York Times bestsellers Use Your Brain to Change Your Age, Change Your Brain, Change Your Life; Magnificent Mind at Any Age; and Change Your Brain, Change Your Body. He is an internationally recognized keynote speaker and the star of several very popular public-television specials. Dr. Amen spearheads the groundbreaking Amen Clinics' retired NFL player brain imaging study and is intimately involved with The Daniel Challenge, a project of Pastor Rick Warren and Saddleback Church to create brain healthy churches.
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Care About Your Brain More Than Any Other Body Part

Brain envy is the first step to unleashing the power of the female brain.

My best men are women.

—William Booth, the founder of the Salvation Army (overheard comment)

Susan was a forty-five-year-old mother of four and the CEO of a nonprofit company that created educational materials for learning-disabled children. She loved her husband and her family, and she had a strong sense of mission for her work. She was active in her local church and was a respected member of her community. Viewed from the outside, Susan seemed to “have it all.”

But when Susan came into my office, she told a very different story. “I’m just not feeling good,” she said. “I’m tired all the time, whether I sleep in on the weekends or not! I can’t remember the simplest things, and it seems like I can’t keep my mind on anything for more than a minute before something distracts me. I am feeling very overwhelmed.” She sighed. “And it’s getting worse. Stuff I used to be able to do easily I now really have to struggle through. I know people say they slow down as they get older, but I never thought it would happen to me at this age! I wonder if I have early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. I picked up one of your books and you had such a positive message, that even when we get older, we don’t have to feel old. That’s what I want! But all sorts of things in my body seem to be breaking down. I’m gaining weight. My skin is breaking out—that never used to happen! And my cycles feel more jagged and intense. But the worst of it is how crabby and short-tempered I am. My husband keeps telling me I’m always snapping at the children, and at him, and sometimes I don’t even realize it!”

The Strengths and Challenges of the Female Brain

Susan is like so many women I see. She thought she ate a healthy diet but started most days with coffee and a bagel and had a terrible sweet tooth throughout the day. She wanted to work out but could not find the time and consistently drank two glasses of wine at night to relax. There was one major part of her body that she never gave any thought to—her brain. This is ironic, because Susan’s brain governs every aspect of her life. Her brain decides what she eats and how much she sleeps. Her brain decides whether to snap at her children or to take a deep breath and try a different approach. And her brain decides whether Susan is going to live a long and vital life looking and feeling her best or whether she is going to age rapidly, look years older than she is, and perhaps even face a serious disorder like cancer, diabetes, heart disease, or Alzheimer’s.

Of course, none of these decisions as necessarily conscious. But they were made by Susan’s brain nonetheless. And if Susan knew how to take care of her brain, how to give it the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual care it required, then she would be more likely to have a healthy, beautiful brain, which, in turn, would help Susan feel terrific and have the energy she needed to enjoy and be effective in her life.

Brain health is crucial for all my patients: men, women, and children alike. But I have noticed, over many years of practice, that my female patients face special challenges. As we will see in chapter 2, women’s brains have five special strengths: empathy, intuition, self-control, collaboration, and a little worry. Empathy allows women to be loving and nurturing. Intuition enables them to quickly grasp information that may not be obvious or easy to justify through logic. Self-control gives them better control over their impulses. Their collaborative gifts help them to work with others. And their tendency to worry, when it’s in the right proportions, keeps them focused on possible problems and alert to potential solutions.

So far, so good. But like all gifts, these have their dark sides. Empathy can morph into an overwhelming sense of the world riding on your shoulders, the feeling that you have to take care of everyone before your own needs ever get met. Intuition can awaken anxiety-provoking fears as you “know” something is not right without making sure to check it out or get more information. The brain frequently can misperceive things. Self-control can turn into trying to overcontrol others. Being collaborative can all too easily turn into the feeling that you aren’t allowed to do anything until you’ve gotten agreement from everyone else, such as your co-workers, family, or spouse. And the worry that is so useful in small doses can stress you to the point where it hurts your brain and your body and won’t allow you to rest.

Susan too struggled with both the strengths and the challenges of the female brain. Like many women, she felt guilty no matter what she did. If she was home, she was thinking about work; if she was at work, she was thinking about home. A deeply empathetic and caring person, Susan took on everybody’s problems as if they were her own. She worried about her personal assistant, who was caring for an elderly mother; her husband, who had come back from the doctor with news of his high blood sugar; and her children, one of whom had just started to date. Susan worried about the learning-disabled students for whom her company produced educational materials. And she worried about her own parents; her mother seemed more forgetful and her father less engaged. Wherever she looked, Susan felt as though there was another demand she should be meeting, another problem she should be solving, another person to whom she could be giving just a little bit more. She just felt as though whatever she did, she could never win. So of course when her husband approached her for sex or even for an affectionate night of cuddling in front of the TV, Susan couldn’t stay in the moment and enjoy their time together. She just couldn’t turn off her busy brain.

“Susan,” I said to her after hearing about her concerns, “it sounds like you are taking care of everyone in your life. But it is time to start taking much better care of yourself. Everyone you care about will be better if you are at your best.”

Susan looked at me and asked, “How do I start?”

Why Your Brain Matters!

Your Brain Is Involved in Everything You Do

It makes the healthy choices or the unhealthy choices that make you feel good or bad.

When Your Brain Works Right, You Work Right

Your reactions and decisions benefit you.

When Your Brain Is Troubled, You Have Trouble in Your Life

Your bad choices complicate everything.

You Can Change Your Brain and Enhance Your Life!

Following brain-healthy guidelines can give you a fresh start.

The Four Circles Approach to Your Female Brain

At the Amen Clinics, we have developed our Four Circles Approach, which is a “brain smart” comprehensive approach to evaluating and treating our patients. You are always more than your symptoms, and to be well it is critical to take into account all aspects of your biology, psychology, social connections, and spiritual health. Our success rates with patients are very high because we take an integrated approach to understanding and healing the brain. If any one of these areas is not optimized, your brain will suffer, and so will your health, well-being, appearance, mood, and relationships.

With Susan, I went to the whiteboard in my office and drew four big circles. In the first circle I wrote Biology and began with a set of questions to look at the biological factors influencing her brain. I discovered that no one in her extended family had a history of Alzheimer’s disease or other dementia-like processes, but there was a family history of depression. Susan wasn’t on any medications. Her diet was not great, which, as we’ll see in chapter 5, is a terrible thing to do to your brain. She also tended to eat a lot on the run, because she was so busy—also not good for the brain.

Another big biological problem in Susan’s profile was the five or fewer hours of sleep she got each night. I understood her dilemma. With four children and a high-powered job, it was hard to get everything done in a day. But not getting enough sleep is one of the worst things you can do for your brain, so this was a big concern.

As you’ll learn in chapter 4, hormones play a huge role in your brain’s health, and Susan’s hormones were not in the best shape. Her lab results showed that her thyroid levels were low, as were the hormones produced by her adrenal glands (cortisol and DHEA, or dehydroepiandrosterone), likely from chronic stress. Susan basically relied on coffee to get herself going during the day. Then she had a couple of glasses of wine each night to help her relax, which didn’t help her hormones, blood sugar, weight, sleep, or brain. Restoring and balancing Susan’s hormones was going to be a key aspect of improving her brain’s biological health. I was eager to look at her brain scans (I’ll tell you more about this soon) to see what was going on.

First, though, I wanted to see what was happening in the other three circles. In the second circle I wrote the word Psychology. Psychologically, Susan was thinking in undisciplined and negative ways; her busy brain kept returning to the same worries, anxieties, and self-criticisms: I should have done that differently. She probably doesn’t like me. I’m not doing enough for him. What is wrong with me, anyway? Like many female brains, Susan’s was prone to a kind of perfectionism in which she magnified her flaws and minimized her good points. In Susan’s mind, the few extra pounds she had put on felt like the ultimate proof that she was old and ugly. Her children’s normal childhood crises were clear evidence of Susan’s not being a good enough mother. And her husband’s frustration with Susan’s short temper seemed like a sign (completely incorrectly, as it turned out) that their marriage was in trouble.

These psychological issues were both the result of Susan’s poor brain health and a contributing factor to it. Thinking in undisciplined, negative ways is just not good for the health of your brain, which is why, in chapter 6, I teach you how not to believe every stupid thought you have. I refer to these “automatic negative thoughts” as ANTs, and I’ll show you several simple, effective ways of ridding yourself of them.

In the third circle I wrote Social Connections. There too Susan’s brain was facing a number of challenges. Susan felt separated from the most important people in her life, distant from her husband and irritable with her kids. At work, she felt overwhelmed. The support she might have gotten from friends or from her community at church seemed out of reach, because Susan felt too exhausted to reach out.

In the last circle I wrote Spiritual Health. As it happened, Susan’s brain was in good shape in this circle. She had a deep sense of meaning and purpose in her life that sustained her, even in this challenging time. She felt her work mattered to others, and she knew that her presence at home was crucial for her husband and children. She had a deep sense of connection to God, the planet, and the future. Susan’s brain definitely benefited from her sense of meaning and purpose.

Having evaluated each of Susan’s four circles, I moved on to look at Susan’s brain SPECT scans. One of the unique aspects of our work that differentiates us from most psychiatrists is our belief that we should actually look at and evaluate the organ we treat. We do a brain imaging study called SPECT (single photon emission computed tomography) that evaluates brain blood flow and activity patterns. It looks at how the brain works. At the Amen Clinics we have been performing SPECT scans for twenty-two years and have a database of over 78,000 scans, giving us a significant edge on how to use them. SPECT scans basically show us three things: areas of the brain that work well and display good activity, areas of the brain that are low in activity, and areas of the brain that are high in activity.

Susan’s SPECT scans helped me get an even clearer picture of what was going on with her. I could see that she had low activity in her temporal lobes, the memory areas of her brain, which explained her forgetfulness. She also had low activity in an area of her prefrontal cortex (PFC)—the “executive control” center in the front third of her brain, associated with focus, concentration, and impulse control. The low activity in her temporal lobes and PFC are common in low thyroid states. I suspected that these problems would improve significantly as soon as Susan started taking better care of her brain: balancing her hormones, getting the food, supplements, sleep, exercise, and psychological help she needed, as well as getting more social support from her loved ones and her community.

Susan was also experiencing problems in her limbic system, her “emotional brain.” There was increased activity there, probably from the chronic stress that she felt at work, at home, and every place else. Driving out the ANTs would help calm this part of Susan’s brain, as would meditation, self-hypnosis, and other relaxation techniques. Healthy food, sleep, a multiple vitamin, fish oil, optimizing her vitamin D level, other targeted supplements, and exercise would help too.

I showed Susan her scan and a healthy one for comparison and pointed out each one of the areas that could use help. As soon as Susan saw her scan and understood what it meant, she asked if it could be made better. This is a question I love answering. The last twenty-two years of my life have been focused on changing my patients’ brains and changing their lives. “Yes,” I said. “If you follow the program I give you, your brain can become much healthier and you will feel much better.” That got her excited.

“You’re telling me if I do a better job of taking care of my brain, that this isn’t permanent, right?” she said to me. “If I do the right things, I could have a better brain.”

“That’s right,” I assured her. “You have to start thinking and caring about your brain.”

“Starting now,” she said, “I want a better brain and a better life.” Her face broke out into a smile. “This is just the best news I’ve heard in a long time,” she added. “What do I do? Let’s get started.”

Susan had just developed brain envy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2013

    This is one of those books that I will go back to again and agai

    This is one of those books that I will go back to again and again for reference!

    Dr. Amen does a great job of explaining the causes of many of our issues and behaviors by breaking down the basics of human biology in easy to understand terms. I find it truly helps to understand WHY and WHAT causes a problem in order to solve it. He covers PMS, weight issues, anxiety, depression and many other topics, and offers solutions to stabilize your brain and body to regain control over these areas.

    I have read several other of Dr. Amen's books and was surprised to find new in depth information in this book. This is a book I will go back to for reference, and is a must own for all women. I especially like the QR codes that are in the book when he references a website as well!

    Thank you Dr. Amen for your sharing your fascinating knowledge in practical terms! Your advice does change lives, even for people you have never directly met or treated.

    12 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 14, 2013

    As an avid reader of health books, many of which reiterate and r

    As an avid reader of health books, many of which reiterate and repackage the same information, I did not expect ‘Unleash the Power of the Female Brain’ to contain a vast amount of excellent information, but it did. Dr. Amen also included very specific dosages of supplements that may alleviate certain conditions that many women experience, and suggested lab tests that could shed light on the underlying source of certain symptoms. It is an engaging read, and I think this book would also make a great gift. Only a man with a lot of love for the women in his life could write such a thoughtful and well-researched book for women!

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2013

    Excellent book with lots of information that can be applied to e

    Excellent book with lots of information that can be applied to every part of my life. Especially liked information about all aspects of our female life and how to address all the situations that we face.
    I highly recommend this book.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 13, 2013

    A must read for any women! This book will help to better unders

    A must read for any women! This book will help to better understand yourself and how to improve your life.

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2013


    Hoped to find it more practical. Dr Amen shares lots of intellectual knowledge but I find Daniel amen's writing style is just not personable enough. He tells us 'all about it but throughout the book suggests we find more help on his website, with a membership to open up that practical help, rather than sharing that helpfulness right here in the book we already have paid to buy.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 6, 2013

    Very informative!

    Dr. Amen provides a lot of valuable information on how to keep your brain healthy. His book is well researched and is presented in an easy to read and understand format. I was interested to read how bad choices in food and toxins affect the brain. The good news is that the result of our bad choices can be improved and/or reversed if we take action now to make healthy choices.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 23, 2013

    In this book, Dr. Amen provides a step by step, easy to follow p

    In this book, Dr. Amen provides a step by step, easy to follow program for literally boosting your feminine power. 
    He begins with the concept that you must develop brain envy, which I prefer to think of as falling in love with 
    your brain. Once you take that step, the rest is easy. You can implement simple, common sense strategies that 
    encompass all of the primary areas where we, as women, must hold up the sky in our lives. As a Speech Pathologist 
    and a Craniosacral Therapy Practitioner, I thought I knew a lot about the brain. This book has revolutionized my thinking about my own brain and body, as well as those of my clients.I will recommend this book to my clients and I will be working to make these changes myself, since modeling is the best way to teach. If you have the will, Dr. Amen provides the way. 

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2014

    Don't believe the hype

    While the book is an easy read because of the author's writing style, it is also repetitive. As the reader you're given a plethora of health problems that women face and to nearly all problems the main solution is to excercise and eat well. So if you are menopausal eat healthy foods and excercise, sufferimg from hormonal imbalances? You guessed right, eat healthier foods and excercise. I continue to read the book only because I hate to not finish readimg any book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2013

    Highly recommended

    Purchased 4 books as mother's day gift for my 4 daughters.
    Great reference book!

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