Anticancer. A New Way of Life by David Servan-SchreiberV poslednee vremya nauka o mozge i psihologiya perezhili globalnye izmeneniya. Bylo ustanovleno, chto emotsii - ne prosto gromozdkij bagazh, kotoryj my taschim za soboj iz nashego zhivotnogo proshlogo. Eto nechto gorazdo bolshee: emotsionalnyj mozg upravlyaet nashim telom i chuvstvami, on otvechaet za samoidentifikatsiyu i osoznanie tsennostej, blagodarya kotorym nasha zhizn obretaet smysl. Malejshij sboj v ego rabote - i my letim v propast. No esli s nim vse v poryadke, my oschuschaem polnotu zhizni. Obediniv svoj vrachebnyj i issledovatelskij opyt, vsemirno izvestnyj nejrobiolog David Servan-Shrejber razrabotal isklyuchitelno effektivnye metody, kotorye pomogut vam naladit vzaimodejstvie s emotsionalnym mozgom bez lekarstv i psihoterapii. Optimizatsiya serdechnogo ritma, desensibilizatsiya s pomoschyu dvizhenij glaz, sinhronizatsiya biologicheskih ritmov, akupunktura, pravilnoe pitanie, regulyarnye fizicheskie uprazhneniya i tehniki affektivnoj kommunikatsii - sem metodov pozvolyat vam upravlyat sobstvennoj zhiznyu. Vy bolshe ne budete chuzhim ni dlya samogo sebya, ni dlya drugih lyudej.
Dr. David Servan-Schreiber's Remarkable Story
I n June , David Servan-Schreiber was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour. He was It wasn't his first he had survived one in his early 30s. This time he wouldn't be so lucky. The cancer was aggressive and his decline swift.
He was The cause was brain cancer, which had recurred last year, his brother Franklin said.
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David Servan-Schreiber, a psychiatrist, MSF volunteer, and best-selling author who wrote about fighting cancer, died of brain cancer at age He later wrote how that experience of seeing so many people suffering day after day woke him up to what he could do back at his hospital in Pittsburgh as a young and ambitious doctor. As a rising star of American psychiatry in the early s, David was a co-developer with two other University of Pittsburgh researchers of testing brain activity by MRI scans. When one such test subject failed to show up for his late-night scan, David agreed to take his place in the machine. That scan was to be a personal turning point for all of them when his research colleagues brought David the grim news that they had discovered a walnut-sized tumor in his prefrontal cortex. He was diagnosed with brain cancer at age
Submitting to the punishing traditional treatments of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, he still felt there was something more he could do to enhance his chances of survival. Armed with his will to live and a belief that the human body had little-known cancer-combating capacities of its own, he set about looking into the way we understand and battle the disease. He was David was the eldest son of Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, a respected journalist, essayist and politician, who died in In he went to Iraq as a volunteer medic with the French-based Doctors Without Borders, the nongovernmental organization that won the Nobel Peace Prize in , and later co-founded the U. The story goes that he discovered he had a brain tumor only when in a research patient failed to turn up for an MRI scan and Servan-Schreiber took his place.