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The Power of the Human Brain

By 23 June 2015September 16th, 2021No Comments

The human brain. What an incredible machine the human brain is. While most people walk around everyday not thinking about their own, the human brain is constantly working, even when you’re sleeping. It is so incredibly complex that science has only unlocked a small portion of its secrets and while we understand much more now than we ever have about the human brain, how it processes information, how it configures itself and solves complex problems, each year a new study seems to shed light on something we thought we knew, or didn’t fully understand about the human brain.

The human brain control us, or is it the other way around?

It’s easy to think that our brains control us, that we are at the mercy of its function, that if something were to go wrong, if some part of our brain malfunctioned, then we wouldn’t have the same quality or level of life that we currently enjoy. Of course, for many people who have suffered brain injuries, aneurisms, strokes, viruses, or other injuries to the brain, they are well aware that this is true.

Yet the power of the human brain is so vast that even with complications or obstacles that are thrown in its path, it works continuously to ‘rewire’ itself, to alter the neurotic pathways in the hope of finding a way around, or through, the problems.

Stress and other factors on the human brain

Of course, there are other factors that can affect the human brain. Drugs and alcohol can do serious damage to the brain structure by altering chemical composition or, in some cases, even the neural network itself. Heroin addicts require methadone for the remainder of their life because the drug physically alters the neural pathways and in order to function relies on a consistent refreshment of its replacement.

Nicotine is another drug that directly affects the human brain, which is one of the reasons that so many people struggle desperately to quit smoking. While these addictions cause a chain reaction within the human brain, altering it in some measurable way, there are other factors that can affect the brain and therefore the person and the life they live.

Stress is one of those factors. Stress on the human emotions causes the brain to produce excessive amounts of chemicals, such as dopamine or serotonin, depending on the circumstances. The brain requires a balance of chemicals in order to function properly and healthy. When that balance is disturbed, the individual may experiences a wide range of issues, from depression to memory problems, to an inability to focus, just to name a few.

The world is a pressure-cooker

The modern world puts people under an enormous amount of pressure on a regular basis. It’s no secret that the pharmaceutical industry has become a multi-billion dollar industry in large part due to its research and development of anti-anxiety and anti-depression medications. Performance is often the first victim of this newfound pressure and it can manifest itself in a variety of ways, and in a host of different environments.

The human brain attempts to circumvent this pressure that the person is feeling, trying to create solutions or different pathways to help subdue the pressure and stressors in the mind so that the person can function during their daily life, and in some case –far more often recently- this leads the brain to alter its pathways and processes.

Getting back into rhythm is possible, and necessary

While the human brain will continue to work in mysterious ways, we understand that its coping mechanisms are about survival and not about productivity in the workplace, being an effective leader, a loving spouse, or feeling inspired to tackle the great American novel. The brain will do what is asked of it consciously and then take care of what it needs to do subconsciously to protect the individual.

Millions of people around the world have sought out therapy to help them improve their lives and feel better about themselves. This form of therapy is about healing and to heal the human brain requires dedication, perseverance, and the assistance of qualified, trained professionals.

Dr. Fleming has been assisting people to overcome a number of challenges, from poor performance or anxiety at work to addiction and other related conditions. He believes that the brain is powerful enough to change lives and once the individual acknowledges this, the healing can begin.

Dr. Fleming’s solution:

Dr. Fleming has long been working on studying how the brain works and through his efforts, has unlocked a number of incredible keys to overcoming any number of challenges. His customized one-on-one approach has helped thousands of clients from around the world improve their lives, overcome addictions, and become better people.

Dr. Fleming’s vast experience also includes:

  • PhD trained with experience in not only addiction and clinical arenas but also corporate and executive development arenas.
  • All one-on-one intensive arrangements customized and feature brain-retraining interventions and in depth, comprehensive assessment technologies.
  • Come to the client and work “in their world” real time (no in patient stay overs that make a professional lose touch w/their busy life and work commitments).
  • Versed in neuroscience and brain-based solutions that break the barriers around effectively changing a human being’s patterns of choices/behaviors.
  • Coached hundreds of executives and professionals on 5 continents
  • Over 95 percent “highly satisfied w/outcomes.”
  • Been featured expert in The New York Times and Christian Science Monitor, and in featured interviews alongside gurus such as Marshall Goldsmith.
  • A former shrink who knows under the radar barriers of human nature but doesn’t act like a shrink—a down to earth change agent who speaks it like it is.
  • Former Hollywood high end clients come from his work as a recording artist as well as private coach for “derailed notables.”
  • Former big name clients have trusted him: from a former White House Cabinet member to NFL athletes to professional musicians to Fortune 500 C-levels.