I am also a neurologist specializing in the brain and its ability to control impulses, memory, and thinking. I will write more about this at the end of my blog post. I also specialize in cognitive behavioral therapy which is a form of cognitive therapy used by doctors and nurses to help people with depression, anxiety, and other conditions. As a doctor, I am a brain surgeon who uses advanced brain surgery techniques to remove and rebuild brain tissue in humans. I am an author and speaker of books, articles and books on the topic of cognitive disorders, including cognitive neuroscience, memory training, and treatment and rehabilitation. I also teach people about these disorders in general, and how to work on them, which I can do at our sessions or on my website. I am also a consultant for various companies specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy and treatments. I work on their websites, and I have consulted on the marketing of these treatments to doctors, nurses, and families of people with cognitive disorders. So, when people ask me to review products for a particular type of cognitive disorder, I will give you my opinion. The reviews you see here are not my opinions on the products and methods, but my personal experiences, and observations. I don't provide medical advice.