Sex on the Brain

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Sex on the Brain
  • Daniel G. Amen
  • English
  • 20 July 2018
  • 0307339076

About the Author: Daniel G. Amen

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Sex on the Brain book, this is one of the most wanted Daniel G. Amen author readers around the world.


Sex on the Brain The Vast Majority Of Love And Sex Occurs In The Brain Your Brain Decides Who Is Attractive To You, How To Get A Date, How Well You Do On The Date, What To Do With The Feelings That Develop, How Long Those Feelings Last, When To Commit, And How Well You Do As A Partner And A Parent Your Brain Helps You Be Enthusiastic In The Bedroom Or Drains You Of Desire And Passion Your Brain Helps You Process And Learn From A Breakup Or Makes You Vulnerable To Depression Or Obsession While Plastic Surgeons, Diet Gurus, And The Pharmaceutical Industry May Have Convinced You That They Hold The Secret To A Fulfilling Sex Life, The Truth Is That You Already Have The Only Thing You Really Need A Brain As The Largest And Most Sensitive Sexual Organ In The Body, A Healthy Human Brain Enhances Your Sex Life And Heightens Sensation A Troubled Brain, However, Makes Emotional And Physical Connection With Others Difficult So Forget The Implants, The Fad Diets, And The Pills Learning About This Intriguing And Sexy Organ Is The Key To Your Sexual SatisfactionBased On Dr Daniel Amen S Latest Research In Practical Neuroscience, Sex On The Brain Shares Lessons That Help You Enhance Your Love And Sex Lives Through Understanding And Improving Brain Function Filled With Practical Suggestions And Information On How Sex Can Save Your Life, Sex On The Brain Reveals How Sex Helps Prevent Heart Disease, Improve Memory, Stave Off Cancer, And Boost Your Immune System How The Differences Between Men S And Women S Brains Affect Our Perceptions And Interest In Sex And How You Can Understand These Differences To Make The Most Of The Opportunities With Your Partner Why Breakups Hurt So Much, And What You Can Do To Ease The Pain Surefire Techniques To Fix Common Problems Depression, PMS, ADD That Get In The Way Of Good Sex How To Make Yourself Unforgettable To Your PartnerEveryone Wants To Know How To Improve His Or Her Love Life, But So Few Of Us Understand The Integral Role That The Brain Plays In Getting Us In The Mood, Keeping Us Excited About Our Partner, And Helping Us Achieve Greater Satisfaction Sex On The Brain Explains Everything, Showing You How Use Your Brain To Create A Healthy, Happy, And Hot Sex Life From The Hardcover Edition

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10 thoughts on “Sex on the Brain

  1. Lisa says:

    This book is not a self help or sex help book It s a very interesting book detailing how how brain plays a part in every decision we make concerning mating and dating It is incredible how much hormones and brain function determinds who we find attractive, why we stay with one partner and not another, how we bond with our partners andAnother interesting part of the book is the explanation about female vs male brains and why each sex does the things that they do Based on science, the au This book is not a self help or sex help book It s a very interesting book detailing how how brain plays a part in every decision we make concerning mating and dating It is incredible how much hormones and brain function determinds who we find attractive, why we stay with one partner and not another, how we bond with our partners andAnother interesting part of the book is the explanation about female vs male brains and why each sex does the things that they do Based on science, the author is one of the leading experts in brain behavior and knows what he is talking about

  2. Lacey Louwagie says:

    I m fascinated by sex I m fascinated by the brain I have a little bit of a crush on Daniel Amen This book had so much potential, and fell so flat.Mainly, it felt like it would have made a better article than book, or that it should have gone through a fewrigorous rounds of editing Yes, I know that sexuality doesn t exist independently of other variables in one s life mental illness, health, etc , but this book had SO many tangents in it that left me wondering a what exactly this was I m fascinated by sex I m fascinated by the brain I have a little bit of a crush on Daniel Amen This book had so much potential, and fell so flat.Mainly, it felt like it would have made a better article than book, or that it should have gone through a fewrigorous rounds of editing Yes, I know that sexuality doesn t exist independently of other variables in one s life mental illness, health, etc , but this book had SO many tangents in it that left me wondering a what exactly this was SUPPOSED to say about the topic at and and b when we would get back to said topic.There wasn t really anything new here it s just a repackaging of the information I already read in Change Your Brain, Change Your Body, which already includes a chapter on sex It felt like a book that was quickly pushed out the door because of it being a hot topic when is sex not a hot topic, after all for a quick buck or a surge in PR appearances I guess that if this is the hook that s necessary to get the average person caring about their brain s health, then this book has it s place It just wasn t really with me

  3. Brian Cashman says:

    This book is muchabout the physiology of the brain than it is about sex The book simply weaves the two together to answer basic questions we have about our own thoughts, fears, hangups and general ideas on what happens with the brain as it pertains to sex It is NOT a salacious book on sex rather it is very insightful observations from his collection of SPECT scans on thousands of patients He knows of what he speaks He is often seen on PBS TV on a variety of subjects on the brain, such This book is muchabout the physiology of the brain than it is about sex The book simply weaves the two together to answer basic questions we have about our own thoughts, fears, hangups and general ideas on what happens with the brain as it pertains to sex It is NOT a salacious book on sex rather it is very insightful observations from his collection of SPECT scans on thousands of patients He knows of what he speaks He is often seen on PBS TV on a variety of subjects on the brain, such as stress or injury It is a fast reading book and easily understandable to readers

  4. May says:

    A lot of science, but informative.

  5. Tiquila Mcneill says:

    There are some useful points to the book and some not so useful drawn out parts that I felt were very repetitive.

  6. Mabi says:

    Very informative and interesting.

  7. Curtis says:

    An interesting book overall with a lot of good information about how to keep a focused, healthy brain.The most interesting part of the book to me was where he describes how the various parts of the brain affect one s mood, including one s sexual drive or lack thereof and the foods you can eat and habits you can cultivate to help them function properly My least favorite part was his section on identifying personality disorders mainly because with each section I started wondering if he was d An interesting book overall with a lot of good information about how to keep a focused, healthy brain.The most interesting part of the book to me was where he describes how the various parts of the brain affect one s mood, including one s sexual drive or lack thereof and the foods you can eat and habits you can cultivate to help them function properly My least favorite part was his section on identifying personality disorders mainly because with each section I started wondering if he was describing me I hear that s normal when reading these kinds of books, but it s no less disconcerting One of the things that struck me while reading this book is making your brain and therefore your sex life healthier isn t really all that different from making your body healthier overall Basically Exercise regularly, eat right, avoid junk food and unnecessary drugs Granted there s a littleto it than just that, especially if you have some physical or emotional trauma, but it s a good place to start.My biggest criticism is that the author seems to view things a little too much from his specialist point of view Looking at your behavior as a function of your brain activity or lack of activity is certainly useful and beneficial from time to time But I would argue that it s just as good not to think too much about whether one s brain is working properly, lest it become an obsession.And of course, I believe that looking at the physical is only half of the equation I do think that there is a metaphysical ingredient as well I understand the argument that metaphysical feelings, such as those that we have with regard to free will or possessing a soul, could themselves be a trick of the brain, but if that s the case, why fight it Clearly our brains think such metaphysical feelings are beneficial to us, and evolution has equipped us with such brains, so embracing those feelings must be a good thing, right I enjoy thinking about chicken and egg problems such as Are decisions made by activity in the brain or does brain activity occur because decisions are made Regardless, where does the decision or activity originate Does a brain that is functioning properly make right or good decisions, or evencorrect and better decisions on average And so on

  8. Jerry Williams says:

    This book was recommended byunder for Self Help, for starters it s less of what the title implies andof a literal book about Sex and how your Brain and Body relates to it The book is like a PBS series, College Lecture, Scientific Theory, and selfless promotion of the author with a mix of primal, erotic, sensual, emotional, physical, financial, and mental effects on our sexual lives and experiences and how that our sexual lives and experiences reflect back onto our everyday lives a This book was recommended byunder for Self Help, for starters it s less of what the title implies andof a literal book about Sex and how your Brain and Body relates to it The book is like a PBS series, College Lecture, Scientific Theory, and selfless promotion of the author with a mix of primal, erotic, sensual, emotional, physical, financial, and mental effects on our sexual lives and experiences and how that our sexual lives and experiences reflect back onto our everyday lives and even our personalities It may seem as if I just went around in a circle while explaining that, but trust me, until you actually read or listen to this book, you won t know how it manages to take seemingly random and unrelated subjects and tie them together so skillfully I would however strongly recommended the Audio version, because the Author goes into really detailed subject matter and uses words straight from the DSM used in Psychology I at times had to Google words and terms and playback information In my opinion, it would have become a little overwhelming if in Physical Book form, and would have taken away from the information that the author was attempting to make

  9. Hugo Torres says:

    A healthy brain is a sexy brain That is the main take away I pulled from Sex on the Brain from Daniel Amen.That is not a bad thing as the book does a terrific job of delineating the importance of a healthy noggin in sex and life in general.I enjoyed reading the many interesting anecdotes and stories of people who are afflicted by a variety of imbalances and I found a new understanding of how fetishes and compulsions may function It certainly gives some insight and it makes the argument that i A healthy brain is a sexy brain That is the main take away I pulled from Sex on the Brain from Daniel Amen.That is not a bad thing as the book does a terrific job of delineating the importance of a healthy noggin in sex and life in general.I enjoyed reading the many interesting anecdotes and stories of people who are afflicted by a variety of imbalances and I found a new understanding of how fetishes and compulsions may function It certainly gives some insight and it makes the argument that in order to enjoy acomplete sex life it is important to shy away from drugs alcohol and also to seek help from professionals when a perceived issue arises.The book is heavy on lists and at time this becomes tedious.Overall, a good reminder that a loving sexual relationship doesn t happen by change It takes lots of work and care

  10. Kellie Barlow says:

    I know some of you are going to be disappointed, but it s not nearly as dirty as it sounds I love Amen s books, and this one is no exception It s fascinating I think every married person should at least read the first chapter, it s chuck full of interesting information on the benefits of sex, includingrestful sleep, pain relief, migraine relief, depression treatment, looking younger, weight loss, overall fitness, health and longevity, and happiness.