Amid the desperate search for effective Alzheimer’s treatments lies a ray of hope: holistic approaches that can protect the mind against the devastating effects of the disease. In Dr. Shuvendu Sen’s Nautilus Award-winning book, Why Buddha Never Had Alzheimer's: A Holistic Treatment Approach through Meditation, Yoga, and the Arts, he outlines a drug-free “prescription” that has shown promising results.
Shuvendu Sen, MD, is a globally recognized physician, author, speaker and humanitarian. He received the 2018 Nautilus Silver Award, bestowed previously to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu, Deepak Chopra, Mariel Hemingway and others.
A diplomat from the American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Sen holds double Master of Science research degrees from Long Island University in Microbiology and Pharmacology and has received postgraduate training in Internal Medicine from Raritan Bay Medical Center, New Jersey, and in Nuclear Medicine from Cornell Weill Medical Center, New York. Dr. Sen has been extensively published in many scientific journals and is the Chief Editor of the medical textbook, Principles of Clinical Medicine.
Why Buddha Never Had Alzheimer’s received the Nautilus Silver Award. The book has been translated into French and Italian and has been selected at American Expo, Cultural Division of French Embassy, Frankfurt and Beijing book Fairs, and served as the inspiration for the upcoming movie, Devoted (https://www.devotedthemovie.com/).
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