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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, 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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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, 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.

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

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tricia

    I like reading about the brain. This was a fairly quick read for me because I was able to skim a lot of the labeling and anatomy lessons of the brain in the beginning. Also, it was quick because the author REPEATED EVERYTHING 7 TIMES. I get it-- this is just a cleverly disguised self-help book and people need a lot of repition to stop being stupid/awful/fat/depressed. But it detracted from my enjoyment of the book. By the end I was like "Ok, 7 hours of sleep minimum, no sugar, exercise, balance I like reading about the brain. This was a fairly quick read for me because I was able to skim a lot of the labeling and anatomy lessons of the brain in the beginning. Also, it was quick because the author REPEATED EVERYTHING 7 TIMES. I get it-- this is just a cleverly disguised self-help book and people need a lot of repition to stop being stupid/awful/fat/depressed. But it detracted from my enjoyment of the book. By the end I was like "Ok, 7 hours of sleep minimum, no sugar, exercise, balance hormones, positive thinking, community support-- GOT IT". Initially I was very bothered that the author was a man and my husband had to berate me for being sexist. But sometimes I get very tired of my female experience being dictated by a man. I understand that he's an expert in his field and he is citing scientifically sound studies but sometimes I get irritated by the plethora of male experts on women. Just my own little problem, nothing inherently wrong with the book. By the end, I found some thing to enjoy in the book and some helpful tidbits on ways to live greener (for the sake of my brain). Obviously I could skip the chapters on depression, ADD, etc. and be thankful that I am in a small minority of women who are not afflicted with these conditions (which according to the author's stance on women's brains, it's a freakin miracle). In the pregnancy chapter I rolled my eyes a bit- oh you mean I'm not supposed to drink alcohol and smoke while I'm pregnant? It didn't seem that he said anything very helpful or new (if you've ever read a pregnancy book), even with his "brain spin" on things. My most helpful chapters were on the hormonal imbalances and healthy eating. I did get frustrated with the author's tone many times (and at one point after the 20th time he bemoaned the evils of being fat and how it makes you stupider I yelled "How about you go have a damn baby and see how you feel about gut fat!"- my husband, who was sitting right next to me, was duly surprised). And I'm sure if this author was in the room he would have said "My what an emotional outburst, perhaps you should go get your hormone levels checked- it seems like you brain's not running at optimum capacity. But honestly, if you're going to write a book about women you could at least acknowledge that we're evolutionarily designed to be fatter than men for the benefit of our offspring. The way he went about it, just saying "stop being fat, fatness actually makes your brain dumber" made him sound like a jerk.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Lana

    I thought that this book had potential when I spotted it at my local library... and then I started reading it. It's basically full of "women are more in touch with their emotions" sexist drivel. If you are interested in the topic of women's health, I would recommend reading The Hormone Cure by Sara Gottfried.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Advice for taking care of your brain is good to have, and good to apply. And there was some good advice too in this book, and some about how the brain works. But the writing style was occasionally irritating (unless it's just me who finds "you" form patronizing?), and while there were some good resources for finding out more, there were quite a few bits presented in a way that made me want to slam the book away rather than keep reading. Maybe I should have picked one of his non-genderbased books Advice for taking care of your brain is good to have, and good to apply. And there was some good advice too in this book, and some about how the brain works. But the writing style was occasionally irritating (unless it's just me who finds "you" form patronizing?), and while there were some good resources for finding out more, there were quite a few bits presented in a way that made me want to slam the book away rather than keep reading. Maybe I should have picked one of his non-genderbased books of the same stuff instead. While we learn about how to take care of the female brain, Amen keeps first telling how great the female brain is. Some of the problems with female brain are due to - surprise? - female hormones. Now to remediate the problems caused by female hormones by adding more female hormones to the mix makes about as much sense as curing your peanut allergy wit a PBJ sandwich or your milk allergy with a huge cow milk latte. We also learn that empathy is a female trait, that all women have empathy, and only women have empathy, so empathy must then be related to XX-chromosome combination. Wow. Some of the most funny (or sad perhaps) parts include how to get best nutrition for your brain. While gorging on wild caught salmon, goji berries and wild spinach is fine, giving advice how to call your friends beforehand of a party to inform them about only what items you can eat (no sugar, no alcohol, no coffee, no wheat...) is, I'm sorry, dickish. If all the female readers are already equipped by that empathy thing he keeps blabbering about, wouldn't they already know how to say "no thank you, I'm on a diet"? If you have to call me before a party to give me a list of what you can and what you can't eat, bring something for yourself, and with all that no coffee and no alcohol you might also not want to come at all.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Enck

    I have been on the "raw food diet" for five years now, and I am always looking for new ways to improve my health. Dr. Amen wants us to give up tea and coffee in replacement of drinking more filtered water. I am trying hard to do this, which promises to unleash the power of my brain!!! :) I started drinking half my weight in ounces of filtered water. This book is written by an established Psychiatrist, and Neuroscientist, who is tired of doctors giving out drugs before correcting the overall proble I have been on the "raw food diet" for five years now, and I am always looking for new ways to improve my health. Dr. Amen wants us to give up tea and coffee in replacement of drinking more filtered water. I am trying hard to do this, which promises to unleash the power of my brain!!! :) I started drinking half my weight in ounces of filtered water. This book is written by an established Psychiatrist, and Neuroscientist, who is tired of doctors giving out drugs before correcting the overall problems, like our diet and hormones. The brain is the control center--everything starts with how much oxygen is getting to it. I am looking forward to experiencing my brain in 30 thirty days, which is the magic number to real results. Every brain is different depending on our exposures to toxins, healthy food and nurture in childhood. Dr. Amens teaches a technique for ANTS in the brain, Automatic Negative Thoughts. In this process you name the thought, Blame, which takes your power away...Guilt Beating...ect. It's fun to look at thoughts and categorize them. I can dismiss them when logic is added. I heard the new Millionaire will be the one with an IQ of a Million, not the one with the most money...I kind of like that, but I imagine you can have both easily with a sharp brain, which according to Dr. Amens makes better decisions. Great Book! Dr. Amens goes a little into diet, if you want to read a fun book about eating healthier and travel the world to discover why we believe what we do-- check out the new memoir: "From Hollywood to God" by Kelly Granite Enck. http://www.amazon.com/From-Hollywood-...

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gabriella O'Toole

    This book was interesting to say the least. I learned quite a few things about what's good and what's bad for your brain. This book wasn't exactly riveting, but it was neat to learn a few things. The only thing I definitely didn't like was that the author would say, for example, "try this test on my website and figure out your brain type!" So I went online to take it, and the webpage brings you to a place where you have to pay and sign up for membership. I just think that if this author was as c This book was interesting to say the least. I learned quite a few things about what's good and what's bad for your brain. This book wasn't exactly riveting, but it was neat to learn a few things. The only thing I definitely didn't like was that the author would say, for example, "try this test on my website and figure out your brain type!" So I went online to take it, and the webpage brings you to a place where you have to pay and sign up for membership. I just think that if this author was as concerned for our well-being as much as he claimed in the book, his "program" would be free to the public. But overall, I'm glad I read the book, maybe now I might start taking some vitamins or something.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Lynn Thomas

    This book was mostly dumb, in my opinion. I guess I was expecting something like, doing things like x and x and x will increase brain power/make you smarter! But it wasn't about that at all, it was about balancing your hormones and getting blood tests and shit, stuff that maybe a rich lady could afford to get tested for but I sure as shit can't. There were a few good nuggets of info in here, specifically in the food and sex chapters (but nothing earth shattering). Totally not worth the read, tho This book was mostly dumb, in my opinion. I guess I was expecting something like, doing things like x and x and x will increase brain power/make you smarter! But it wasn't about that at all, it was about balancing your hormones and getting blood tests and shit, stuff that maybe a rich lady could afford to get tested for but I sure as shit can't. There were a few good nuggets of info in here, specifically in the food and sex chapters (but nothing earth shattering). Totally not worth the read, though.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rebekka Steg

    While I disagreed with Dr Amen on some of his interpretations of the differences between the male and female mind, this was overall a book well worth reading. Dr Amen goes over the importance of treating your brain with the respect it deserves and keeping it healthy through nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, psychology, etc. and I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in keeping their brain healthy into old age.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Farhana Faruq

    There is so much info in here. Nicely laid out and very concise. Occasionally you have to go to their website for something but it's so seldom you hardly notice it. People also seem to have a problem that it's written by a man, I'm not sure why. Things are backed with science, experience and personal accounts. Really enjoyed reading about the brain - how different the female and male brain is, even physically.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lydia

    Title + Bright Pink Color + New Book Shelf = reasons I picked up this book. Why not? I am interested in all sorts of books about the brain, and this one was written by a doctor...that is also an excellent salesman for his business! Some of the other reviews claimed the whole book is advertising his website, and the writing is sexist - I can see their point of view. I guess my point of view would be if this book helps a person to get in better shape based on a brain scan (SPECT = single photon em Title + Bright Pink Color + New Book Shelf = reasons I picked up this book. Why not? I am interested in all sorts of books about the brain, and this one was written by a doctor...that is also an excellent salesman for his business! Some of the other reviews claimed the whole book is advertising his website, and the writing is sexist - I can see their point of view. I guess my point of view would be if this book helps a person to get in better shape based on a brain scan (SPECT = single photon emission computed tomography) that his clinic recommends, regardless if you believe the results/information from the brain scan or if this whole book is one big placebo - does it really matter? The point is the doctor is helping people in the way that they need help and saying it in a way that his patients understand, so they are better off for participating in his medical consultations. And he does make a good point - if the wife/mother/sister/grandmother/female figure in the family, takes better care of herself, the entire family benefits as well as her friend and community network. He recommends the four circle approach - biology (how the physical body functions), psychology (developmental issues and thought patterns), social connections (social support and current life situation), and spiritual health (what life means). Some quotes: "Dr. Jill Goldstein of Harvard Medical School used MRI scans to compare female and male brains. She found that compared to men, women have larger volume in the frontal cortices and limbic cortices. Remember, the frontal cortex is involved in many of the higher cognitive functions, including language, judgment, planning, impulse control, and consciousness, while the limbic cortices are concerned with emotional responses. This might explain why women tend to be less impulsive and more concerned with emotions than men, as well as why they have 'busy' brains that won't stop worrying. It might also explain the source of the female brain's key strengths: intuition, collaboration, self-control, empathy, and a little worry. Imaging also consistently shows that the hippocampus, one of the major memory centers in the brain, is larger in women than in men. Men, on the other hand, have bigger amygdalas, the part of the brain that processes fear and anger, which may be why men often jump to those emotions in a crisis. Compared to women, men may have larger parietal lobes, which are concerned with the perception of space. Women use language (and collaboration) to ask for directions; men use their parietal lobes to find their own way. Men also tend to have larger volumes in the hypothalamus, which is concerned with sexual behavior. It's no wonder that men have a greater interest in sex." "The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." - Albert Einstein "Depending on your unique genetic makeup, the resulting chronic inflammation can lead to vascular disease, Alzheimer's, diabetes, arthritis, bowel problems, and cancer." "Low cholesterol levels have been associated with both homicide and suicide. If I am at a party and someone is bragging to me about their low cholesterol levels, I am always *very* nice to that person." The Contents: Introduction: The Female Brain Unleashed Chapter 1: Fall in Love with Your Female Brain Chapter 2: Harness the Unique Strengths of the Female Brain Chapter 3: Adopt Amen Clinics' Method for Optimizing the Female Brain Chapter 4: Balance your Hormones to Boost the Female Brain Chapter 5: Feed the Female Brain Chapter 6: Soothe the Female Brain Chapter 7: Get Control of the Female Brain Chapter 8: ADD and the Female Brain Chapter 9: Be Beautiful Inside and Out Chapter 10: Sex and the Female Brain Chapter 11: Get Your Brain ready for Babies and Caring for Their Brains Once They're Here Chapter 12: Change your Female Brain, Change, the World

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jane Dugger

    This was a very informative book about the health of the female brain and how different it is from male brains. The lingering take-away is how important brain health is in the overall scheme of health. I feel sometimes it isn't spotlighted very much because brains aren't considered sexy. However, a well functioning brain is sexy (and of course the most important sex organ)! Dr. Amen focused quite a bit on mental health and ADD which was interesting but not very apropos for me at this moment in m This was a very informative book about the health of the female brain and how different it is from male brains. The lingering take-away is how important brain health is in the overall scheme of health. I feel sometimes it isn't spotlighted very much because brains aren't considered sexy. However, a well functioning brain is sexy (and of course the most important sex organ)! Dr. Amen focused quite a bit on mental health and ADD which was interesting but not very apropos for me at this moment in my life. I took the Brain Fit Test online. I have a Type 1 Brain which tends to be flexible, focused, good impulse control, balanced emotions, and resilient. I was most pleased with my score of 85/100 points in brain fitness. Three areas of improvement are sleep, memory and flexible thinking. This surprised me as I feel I do get adequate sleep and have an above average memory. Interestingly enough, my other half has begun to comment that my memory is not as it was ... although still better than his. :) Overall a good read. The only criticism is the narrator of the audio recording. He was not the best choice. For me, he spoke too slow and deliberate. And unfortunately I don't have a speed control on my audiobook app. Nonetheless, I survived.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    What a crock of hooey! It's s big ass sales pitch for his website. Full of examples if women who were "fixed" at his clinic, but not what fixed them. Oh, you can go to his website to take the test to see what needs to be fixed, for a free two week trial offer. Whatever. His diet section does list brain foods to eat - fruits and veg - duh. And then at the end he mentions a bunch if supplements. Not anti vitamin or supplement, but if your diet is right, you don't need all that, must if which is ma What a crock of hooey! It's s big ass sales pitch for his website. Full of examples if women who were "fixed" at his clinic, but not what fixed them. Oh, you can go to his website to take the test to see what needs to be fixed, for a free two week trial offer. Whatever. His diet section does list brain foods to eat - fruits and veg - duh. And then at the end he mentions a bunch if supplements. Not anti vitamin or supplement, but if your diet is right, you don't need all that, must if which is manufactured and not quite the same as what's in real food. Good thing it was a library book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shayla

    2.5 stars I feel like this book should have been 150-200 pages shorter. I definitely could have done without all the pages of hormone stuff. At the beginning of the book I felt so motivated and wanted to change my life, but by the time I got to page 200 that feeling was replaced with boredom and I was sad because of the food stuff since I'm an extremely picky eater and healthy food makes me gag usually. Oh well, others with more patience might like it, but I did not finish.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

    Had to make myself finish reading this. It is pretty typical suggestions - lose weight?, exercise, lots of water, cut out sugar and caffeine, organic when possible no plastics with PBa s. could be helpful to anyone really but women have more fluxes to hormones which are negatively impacted by these things.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Anne Mason

    There is a lot of good info in this book, but most of it is common sense stuff you've already heard 1000 times. Eat right and exercise? Oh, didn't think of that! Maybe it's me, but I found the author's tone rather patronizing at times. Also, I was a bit annoyed at the constant plugs for the author's website and clinic.

  15. 4 out of 5

    M. Jane Colette

    I had a really hard time with this book... Yes, it is chokful of science... but it is also full of really awful gender stereotypes. And I found it hard to get past those. I don't think women and men are biologically the same, obviously... but neither are all women the same--or the way Amen seems to see them. Also, much of the book is just a plug for Amen services.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Yalda Shoohanizad

    Actually the book is unbelievably good and taught me lots of lifesaving points. It’s a must-read for every woman and it’s never too late. Unfortunately like other books by Amen, it repeatedly says the same thing! And can be summarized in an article. Consequently, I suggest every woman to read it, but don’t spend too much time on his stories of patients. Good luck!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    We've all heard these prescriptions before - diet, exercise, good sleep, etc. Nothing new. It was an easy read and it's good to hear again why these prescriptions are worthwhile. I didn't like how cheesy and salesy his writing came off.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kayla

    While this book was more scientific and technical that I was expecting the information in it is invaluable! So glad I read this (and so glad I read it when I was 24 in order to be proactive). I highly recommend to ANY female looking to generally improve their well-being overall.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    While the book did have some useful information, it seemed more like an advertisement in disguise. I skimmed through a good portion of the book because the information was repeated, or even worse, he talked to no end about his clinic. Honestly, it's a shameless promotion of his own business.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Karen Potts

    A well-written & detailed report on the importance (often overlooked) of the brain in terms of its need for proper nutrition, exercise, sleep & an appreciation of just how powerful it is over all our functions. Much of the technical detail went past me but the lifestyle guidance & general health information is highly motivating for women (& men, too) to make wise daily choices. A well-written & detailed report on the importance (often overlooked) of the brain in terms of its need for proper nutrition, exercise, sleep & an appreciation of just how powerful it is over all our functions. Much of the technical detail went past me but the lifestyle guidance & general health information is highly motivating for women (& men, too) to make wise daily choices.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Heydi Smith

    This book is out of this world amazing! I wish I had had this book when I was a teen. It literally would have changed my life! I think every woman should read this book and then re-read it because there's just so much great stuff in it. I plan on buying several to give to the important women in my life. If you read this book, I have no doubt you'll do the same.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    This book felt like a sales pitch. It was fairly repetitive, lots of product placements, and I don't agree with all the conclusions Amen came to; however, for some, it might be worth the read anyways.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lynda P

    The information was helpful and provided a great overview of women and their brains and keeping it healthy. I was disappointed in the links provided as many of them were broken or I was redirected to buy something.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Valisha

    I should have read this years ago. If you are a woman or know one- this book is for you! Fascinating to know how to better care for your brain - get “brain envy” and how many moods and symptoms of illness are directly tied to your brain health. Time for me to get serious about a healthy diet!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jo-Ann

    Some portions of the book were very interesting. I found there was just a little too many lists of supplements to take for this or that.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda

    Not Impressed. I wanted a little push to get back on track, help with the brain fog. Instead, women are emotional. not much help there.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Audrey Ann Masur

    I enjoyed reading this book. It was a little repetitious at times, but there were some helpful tidbits.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jessica King

    Coming from a family of women who struggle with weight and also have genetically bad heart issues, I have honestly never considered my brain's health beyond the "Oh my God, this is making me stupider." I've been concerned about my body. I've been concerned with my heart. BUT NEVER with my brain. I'd never heard of Dr. Amen. Apparently Dr. Oz (whom I freakin' dislike) and some other daytime shows feature him sometimes. I just put this audiobook on hold at the library because it was new and sounded Coming from a family of women who struggle with weight and also have genetically bad heart issues, I have honestly never considered my brain's health beyond the "Oh my God, this is making me stupider." I've been concerned about my body. I've been concerned with my heart. BUT NEVER with my brain. I'd never heard of Dr. Amen. Apparently Dr. Oz (whom I freakin' dislike) and some other daytime shows feature him sometimes. I just put this audiobook on hold at the library because it was new and sounded interesting. Aside from what often feels like a commercial for his clinic and after the first 3 chapters, I have to say that Dr. Amen's approach to brain health is refreshing and makes perfect sense. And he's right. Your brain is your engine. I am also going to read Change your Brain, Change your Mind based on how much I enjoyed this one. Midway through this book, I made a few small changes (even though Dr. Amen doesn't believe in baby steps) in my daily life that have already made a huge positive impact. I look forward to making more changes based on this book. I also would recommend this book - even if you think it's all hoaxy and hate self help books - the ideas given, the study of brain scans, it's all very interesting. One big thing I disagree with though is Dr. Amen suggests that if you are going to a dinner party, you should call the host and explain to him your food choices so that he can accommodate you. No. This isn't an allergy. This is a choice. If you're going to a dinner party and know you won't like the food (or won't eat it because it's unhealthy and/or not organic), bring something yourself for everyone and eat it yourself. Don't insult your host, but also don't expect that your host needs to spend an extra $50 trying to accommodate you because you won't eat the salmon unless it's Cobo, etc. It may be a good idea to try to help your friends make the best choices, but don't expect everyone to coddle you. Help your friends on a more personal scale and be respectful. Anyway. And if you listen to the audio book instead, I super enjoyed the reader and his pronunciation of Os. Mood. Food. I don't know where he's from, but I could listen to him all day. :)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    A lot more medical than I anticipated.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    As reviewed on Amazon.com by dedes 2/12/2013 Dr. Amen's book Unleash the Power of the Female Brain was enlightening. Having been a fan of Dr. Amen for a while now this book did not change my opinion of his work. It includes information from previous books, health and mental wellness research studies, brain research studies, personal experiences with family and patients, and other doctors about the female brain and its impact on female health issues. Amen takes all of this and organizes it in such As reviewed on Amazon.com by dedes 2/12/2013 Dr. Amen's book Unleash the Power of the Female Brain was enlightening. Having been a fan of Dr. Amen for a while now this book did not change my opinion of his work. It includes information from previous books, health and mental wellness research studies, brain research studies, personal experiences with family and patients, and other doctors about the female brain and its impact on female health issues. Amen takes all of this and organizes it in such a way that it makes sense. He starts with the simple and builds on that foundation. That is what makes his work such an easy to read text. Because of this building some of the reading seems repetitive but that is part of Amen's method. He sometimes tries to teach a concept by presenting it from different perspectives. The information on various hormones in the female body and their effect on the brain, the brain scans, references to research, and his observations of women he has known personally and professionally and their experiences all come together in a way that makes the female brain make sense, at least from a health perspective. I learned quite a few things in reading this book. As with the other Amen books that I have, I am sure to learn new things each time I re-read Unleash the Power of the Female Brain. After teaching the why and how of the female brain Amen's lists of tests to ask for (and why), key vitamins, minerals, herbs, and foods that affect hormones and other brain functions is invaluable to empowering us so that we are living the healthiest life we can. For me, this is one of the best things about his writings.

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