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Discover more than 300 quick tips and exercises to help you optimize your mental performance and improve brain health.
Everyone wants to be at their best mentally, and Brain Hacks provides you with more than 300 actionable tips and exercises you can use right away to help you achieve and maintain peak mental performance. Topics covers include:
-Proper nutrition and brain superfoods -Brain-boosting vitamins, minerals, herbs, and supplements -Stress management techniques -Natural mood-enhancing activities -Exercises that stimulate and challenge the brain
With straightforward, simple advice, Brain Hacks will teach you how to keep your brain sharp and functioning at optimal levels.
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Adams Media, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, informs, instructs, and inspires readers across a variety of lifestyle categories by providing the content they’re looking for, from the experts they follow and trust. From New Age to Personal Finance, Cooking to Self-Help, Adams Media researches, identifies, creates, and distributes accessible content with implicit discoverability. Embodying a uniquely flexible “ground-up” publishing model, Adams Media navigates within or between consumer categories as market opportunity dictates. These are the books people are searching for.
"Beneficial to anyone who is looking to increase and improve a variety of aspects in their lives, from productivity, healthy eating, and managing emotions. This book is so full of things to try that you’ll want to jump right in while you read. This is the perfect book for anyone looking to make some changes to their life or just find new things to try throughout their day." — The Nerdy Girl Express
"While your brain is a complicated organ, taking care of it doesn’t have to be. The editors of Brain Hacks have made it easier than ever to keep your mind nimble by compiling over 200 research-backed ways you can care for your brain, just by tweaking the things you already do. Whether you have a few precious minutes to spare at your desk or an evening to commit to some (literal) mindful self-care, trying any of these hacks is a step towards better brain health." — Well + Good