A neurologist talks about how to be happy through the mind, brain, and spirit (videos and books)

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"The world is simple and life is as you wish. It is you who make life difficult. 』\  by Alfred Adler

 

"How to be happy through the mind, brain and spirit" learned from a brain expert, Dr. Kazutoshi Fukagawa

The long-awaited video of a dialogue between a neurologist and thinker Kenji Ogusu!

 

Also, based on the brain dysfunction performed by Mr. Fukagawa

"A neurologist talks about how to be independent and independent for people who have difficulty living" is also animated

This is a must-see for those who want to live happier, as well as the knowledge of brain science that is spoken using easier-to-understand expressions.

We are delivering it with the hope that such people will definitely see it.

・ Those who are interested in mental care

・ Counselors, coaches, consultants, doctors, and healthcare professionals

・ People who have mental or depressive symptoms, or their family or friends

・ Those who have problems with higher brain dysfunction, or their family and friends

・ Mental health personnel of the company

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Kazutoshi Fukagawa

Doctor, Specialist of Japanese Society of Neurology

Specialists in brain disorders such as memory disorders, attention disorders, and higher dysfunction

Graduated from Nagoya City University School of Medicine in 1988.

1990 National Nagoya Hospital (now: National Hospital Organization Nagoya Medical Center) Neurology

1992 Department of Internal Medicine, Komono Kosei Hospital

1994 Department of Neurology, Nagoya City General Rehabilitation Center Hospital

2000 Department of Internal Medicine, Nagoya Municipal Moriyama Municipal Hospital

2004 Director of Toyota Health Facility for the Elderly

2006 Chief, Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Department, Nagoya City General Rehabilitation Center

2008 Director of Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Department

2018 Director of Rehabilitation Department, Daido Hospital

Aichi Prefecture Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Promotion Project Counseling Support System Cooperation Coordinating Committee

Kazutoshi Fukagawa A page introducing doctors Kazutoshi Fukagawa.com is here

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Shonan Takeshi (Ogusu Kenji)

Thinker / social entrepreneur

Former mixed martial arts prosciutto world featherweight 2nd place, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Asian Games championship

In 2012, the national organization "NPO Jikosapo Japan" was established. Issue qualifications and produce more than 1,600 qualified people in 3 years.

Launched ALL WIN Media in 2015.

2016 Established "4th Business Method Research Institute" to foster social entrepreneurs through social business.

He founded a private mental gym The Change to continue to build the nationwide infrastructure of 2017 mental.

Then, he announced "How to become a happy genius, aerial thought theory" and sent it to the world.

Kenji Ogusu HP " Kenji Ogusu's World"  Click here

Message from Dr. Kazutoshi Fukagawa

I hold regular patient / family study sessions.

 

Deepen understanding by understanding our daily life and behavior as a function of the brain based on recent knowledge of brain science

 

It is an attempt to aim for a happier way of life.

 

This conversation is a reflection of that experience .

Therefore, I think that this content should not be described as a rigorous knowledge of brain science, but rather as my own interpretation to make it useful in our daily lives.

 

In the conversation, I was inspired by Mr. Okusu's words, and I had a very interesting and enjoyable experience in which the image that I had vaguely circulated in my head came out of my mouth as concrete words.

We hope that everyone who watches the dialogue video will also enjoy it.

Introducing videos to deliver to everyone

Dialogue video " Cranial nerve physician talks  How to be happy through your heart, brain and spirit "

 

Video broadcast time: 1 hour 30 minutes (viewed from dedicated site)

We will deliver a video of a dialogue between Mr. Kazutoshi Fukagawa, a neurologist, and Mr. Kenji Ogusu, a thinker.

In addition, this distribution video is a book edited based on the dialogue

" Neurologists and thinkers talk  For those who have difficulty living  How to know the meaning of living without isolation  How to be happy 3.0 "

PDF version of the is attached.

Please watch the delivered video on the dedicated video site described in the book.

1. 1. Please see the dialogue video in the sample version.

2. Please see some of the books that accompany this dialogue video.

 

Chapter 1 I can't recognize myself

 

Okusu : The reason why Dr. Fukagawa became a doctor was that he wanted to know humans . Please tell us how you came to that idea.

 

Fukagawa : Rather than being interested in humans themselves, it was because I wanted to know "myself" that everyone thinks when they are young.

I think everyone has conflicts and worries about living when they are young.

It means that I wanted to know the true nature of my own worries and conflicts.

This was the basis, and I gradually became interested in human beings as a whole.

While doing so, I proceeded to research on the brain.

Fukagawa : During the treatment, the patient asked, "How long will the rehabilitation continue? I often get the question.

Brain diseases may have sequelae if scratches remain on the brain.

Symptomatology can range from poor memory, forgetfulness, and slow judgment.

Many people feel that they may not be able to regain their original abilities in the midst of this.

From the patient's point of view, "What can I say is a complete cure?" When will the rehabilitation end? The question is one of the worries that I always have to have.

Okusu : I think the important thing is what you can say "improved", but what is the answer?

 

Fukagawa : It's going to be a long story, so let me talk about "how to recognize yourself" before that.

When we are born in this world, the first thing we need to do is get breasts from our mother.

From here, we realize that the first thing we need to recognize is the "mother," and thus the "other."

On the contrary, there is not much need to recognize the existence of a firm "self" in a newborn baby.

However, as you grow to a certain extent, you will come to recognize yourself.

 

For example, it is actually very difficult to recognize how you react to what you see in the mirror and what you see in it.

Why can you recognize yourself by seeing what you see in the mirror even though you have never seen yourself?

The answer is, "I notice my movement in the mirror."

The human brain is designed to trace the movements of others.

 

It simulates the movement of a human in the mirror.

 

If this simulation matches your movement, what you see in the mirror is nothing but yourself. There, I notice the existence of "I".

In other words, people first recognize themselves as others.

After that, it is human beings who eventually become aware of themselves.

Humans do not have a system that recognizes oneself, but one recognizes oneself by applying a system that recognizes others to oneself.

 

Okusu : In other words, you are reusing the function of recognizing yourself and others with one device.

Fukagawa : That's right.

 

Life is made that way because it is more efficient to reuse what is already there.

 

This can be said to be the mechanism of evolution.

 

Okusu : If you increase the number of functions, you will take up more memory, so is it okay to interpret that you have started to use many functions with one device?

 

Fukagawa : That's right.

 

For example, birds also grow feathers to warm their bodies, and as they develop, they have the ability to fly.

 

Okusu : I see. This is also the same. This "reuse" is an accurate expression, isn't it?

 

Fukagawa : Yes. In this way, humans recognize themselves by applying functions for recognizing others.

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Lecture video "Neurologist talks about how to be independent and independent for people who have difficulty living"

Video broadcast time: 1 hour 18 minutes (viewed from the dedicated site)

We will deliver a video of a lecture on higher brain dysfunction given by Kazutoshi Fukagawa, a neurologist.

Higher brain dysfunction is not a story of a special person, but a story that applies to everyone.

Memory disorder ← No one remembers what they remembered

Attention disorder ← No one makes a mistake

· Executive function failure does not have people who will be able to all of it

Often true when taking a test for higher brain dysfunction

Even experts say that after the test, "I also have higher brain dysfunction, so please see my teacher" and come to Dr. Fukagawa.

 

Then, Professor Fukagawa is told, "This is because there is a part that applies to everyone."

Dr. Kazutoshi Fukagawa will tell such a story in an easy-to-understand manner.

In addition, the PDF text of "About higher brain dysfunction " is attached to this distribution video as related material.

Please watch the delivered video on the dedicated video site described in the PDF text.

1. 1. Please see the lecture video in the sample version.

2. Please see a part of the attached text of this lecture video.

Suppose you hit your head hard and were hospitalized for neurosurgery.

 

You can spend your time in the hospital without any problems.

 

"Is not it has become quite well. Early in advance back to work." Also from the direction of the visit smb. Who is ill doctors will be encouraged and the like.

The hospital also allows me to leave the hospital saying, "I don't need treatment anymore."

 

When I was discharged from the hospital, however, it was somewhat different.

 

I get angry because of a trivial trigger, and when I think about it, I lose my patience and can't continue reading the newspaper .

I went to work at once, but it took me a day to make one document, and although I had a hard time making it, I couldn't use it because of typographical errors and mistakes.

At first, I was sick , so I couldn't help but forgive my workplace for months.

It has been said that the treatment was ended with very much before the hospital but it difference is, do not know be nice if the consultation what exactly Ikena Inoka, anywhere.

In the meantime, he was forced to retire because he couldn't work, and at home he was constantly in divorce and separated from his family.

 

Why did it come to such a disastrous end?

 

You already know. It's because of the "invisible sequelae".

As a result of acquired brain damage

・ Attention disorder

・ Memory disorder

· Executive function failure

・ Cognitive disorders such as social behavior disorders

The aftereffects of this cannot be seen from the outside.

Cognitive functions such as attention and memory can not know or outside it from the appearance.

Therefore, no one else knows if cognitive function is impaired.

All we know is "behavior as a result of subjective psychological processes ."

Lowering of attention is reflected in the behavior of careless mistakes to, and then surfaced as the act of such as a decrease in memory is to forget the promise.

However, it is difficult for people around us to recognize the appearance of such cognitive impairment (decrease in cognitive function) as a sequela because it can happen to anyone on a daily basis, such as a slight mistake or forgetting the schedule.

And "I am bother. Lazy to have." Will be blame and is Chidesu.

In other words, cognitive impairment, which is a problem in higher brain dysfunction, is not visible from the outside ...

In other words, it can be said to be an "invisible sequelae."

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Video information

1. 1. Dialogue video " Cranial nerve physician talks  How to be happy through your heart, brain and spirit "

Video broadcast time: 1 hour 30 minutes (viewed from dedicated site)

Includes a bonus book "How Neurologists and Thinkers Talk: How to Know the Meaning of Living Without Isolation for People Who Have Difficulty in Living How to Be Happy 3.0" PDF Version (page 66)

1,000 yen (tax included)

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2. Lecture video "Neurologist talks about how to be independent and independent for people who have difficulty living"

Video broadcast time: 1 hour 18 minutes (viewed from the dedicated site)

Benefits Attachment "About higher brain dysfunction" PDF version

With (page 15)

1,000 yen (tax included)

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