Healthy Brain, Happy Life

Healthy Brain, Happy Life

A Personal Program to Activate your Brain and Do Everything Better

eBook - 2015
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The key to a happy life . . . is a healthy brainFrom the outside, it looked like Dr. Wendy Suzuki had it all. She was a world-renowned neuroscientist. She had been lauded by her peers with many prizes and had produced many highly regarded scientific publications. She had tenure at a top-ranked university, where she also ran her own lab--two of the most difficult and highly coveted positions for any scientist to attain. And yet . . .Wendy was forty, frumpy, and focused on her work one hundred percent of the time. She was single, overwhelmed by her responsibilities, and often found herself in uncomfortable, strained interactions with everyone around her. To put it simply, Wendy Suzuki needed to change her life.She set out on a journey that would transform her body, her mind, and her brain. The first step was exercise and creating a regime that would make her body more fit. In the process, Wendy found herself focusing better, working smarter, and getting more accomplished in a shorter amount of time. As her body changed, her determination grew. Wendy set out to build a more vibrant social life, spark her creativity, and engage in meditation and other mindful activities--using her expertise in neuroscience to pinpoint exactly how these actions not only made her brain work better but also made her feel, well, happy. In -- is an accessible blend of memoir and science narrative that will transform the way you think about your brain, your health, and your personal happiness. Through both groundbreaking brain research and personal stories, Wendy offers practical and fascinating ways to improve memory, engage the mind more deeply, and learn new skills that will ultimately transform your body and your life.
Publisher: New York, NY : Dey St., an imprint of William Morrow Publishers, [2015]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062366801
0062366807
0062366785
9780062366788
Characteristics: 1 online resource (viii, 306 pages) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Fitzpatrick, Billie - Author

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BPLAdultLibrarians Jul 14, 2016

Suzuki interweaves her personal story with groundbreaking research in the neurosciences, and offers practical, short exercises--4 minute Brain Hacks--to engage your mind and improve your memory, your ability to learn new skills, and function more efficiently.


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ronlan
Jun 25, 2016

It is a personal account indeed: you are told her every feeling, you go with her on dates.... too much "Let me tell you about me". It does have discussion of the brain, but at simple level (OPL has other good books), and exercises, but of routine types (like repeating I am wonderful to bolster confidence). Fits okay among the many self-help books.

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lilypad_1
Jul 27, 2015

Easy to understand neuroscience? Yes, with Wendy Suzuki. She gives easy tasks to get brain working at it's max. She also helped me to understand why. The synopsis at the end of the chapters are great. Highly recommend.

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