Principles of Mind-Body Medicine

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Notion Press, Feb 20, 2017 - Medical - 184 pages
Principles of Mind-Body Medicine provides an introduction to the scientific underpinnings of mind-body medicine. The past few decades have witnessed an explosion of information in this field, revealing the intertwined nature of physical and mental processes. A firm understanding of the neurobiological basis of these links is needed to leverage the theory of mind-body medicine into clinical practice.
 

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Contents

PLACEBO RESPONSE
BURNOUT THE HEALTHCARE PERSPECTIVE
EXERCISE AND MOOD DISORDERS
SLEEP
RESILIENCE
ATTITUDES AND HEALTH
SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS AND HEALTH
SPIRITUALITY AND HEALTH

PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY
GUTBRAIN AXIS AND HEALTH
BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Dr. Srinivasan is a board-certified internist with nearly two decades of clinical experience, currently practicing in San Antonio, Texas. He is a graduate fellow of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, Tucson, Arizona and Visiting Professor of Mind-Body Medicine in the Department of Physiology at Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai, India. Dr. Srinivasan believes in integrating the principles of mind-body medicine in clinical practice and speaks on this topic at various physician forums. He also conducts workshops for the public on stress management. His other books include A Goalkeeper in Midfield and Run, Leap, Sail, Dunk.

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