Annie Hopper, who healed herself from the disabling condition multiple chemical sensitivity using techniques based on the latest findings from neuroscience, shares some other success stories from her recent workshop in Montreal and describes her meeting with Dr. Norman Doidge, author of 'The Brain That Changes Itself'.
Annie developed the Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) which she now teaches at workshops internationally, often with dramatic results.
Her work is based on the concept of 'neuroplasticity' - the brain's ability to change the way neurons interconnect and how the central nervous system functions. The concept is relatively new but may have profound implications for the way we think about the brain and its relationship to health. Annie hopes her talk with Dr. Norman Doidge will help foster interest in the neuroscientific community regarding multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), fibromyalgia and other environmental illnesses.