Brain Functions and Its Chemistry
The brain and its neurotransmitters function according to rules – rules of balance and interaction. Understanding how the brain functions is fundamental to conquering addiction. Brain chemistry is an important part of that puzzle.
Scientists have studied neurotransmitter systems and brain functions extensively and published complex findings that are detail-oriented and difficult to understand, even for medical professionals.
However, it is not really necessary to know all the little complex details in order to understand the big picture of how the brain functions or how addiction brain chemistry and neurotransmitters work.
There is more to see than just the micro science of each nerve. That is what Dr. Fred J. Von Stieff’s new approach to addiction recovery using neurochemistry is all about – the bigger picture.
The Bigger Picture
In Dr. Von Stieff’s book, Brain in Balance: Understanding the Genetics and Neurochemistry behind Addiction and Sobriety, he systematically demonstrates how the brain functions, explaining:
A New Way of Explaining Addiction Brain Chemistry
The way Addictionologist Dr. Von Stieff perceives the inner workings of the brain, clarifies how addiction brain chemistry can be manipulated to generate a successful recovery. He states, “After years of studying neurotransmitters and working in the field of detoxification, I realized that this area of science could be made so much easier to understand and work with, simply by focusing on the global functions of the neurotransmitter systems” – the basic interrelationships among its neurotransmitters that, in turn, determine how we function.
“A complex subject written in a way that anyone can understand it!”