Healthy Brain, Happy Life: A Personal Program to Activate Your Brain and Do Everything Better

By | February 9, 2019

A neuroscientist transforms the way we think about our brains, our health, and our personal happiness in this clear, informative, and inspiring guide – a blend of personal memoir, science narrative, and immediately useful takeaways that bring the human brain into focus as never before, revealing the powerful connection between exercise, learning, memory, and cognitive abilities.

Nearing 40, Dr. Wendy Suzuki was at the pinnacle of her career. An award-winning university professor and world-renowned neuroscientist, she had tenure, her own successful research lab, prestigious awards, and international renown.

That was when, to celebrate her birthday, she booked an adventure trip that forced her to wake up to a startling reality: despite her professional success, she was overweight, lonely, and tired and knew that her life had to change. Wendy started simply – by going to an exercise class. Eventually she noticed an improvement in her memory, her energy levels, and her ability to work quickly and move from task to task easily. Not only did Wendy begin to get fit, but she also became sharper; she had more energy, and her memory improved. Being a neuroscientist, she wanted to know why.

What she learned transformed her body and her life. Now it can transform yours.

Wendy discovered that there is a biological connection between exercise, mindfulness, and action. With exercise, your body feels more alive, and your brain actually performs better. Yes – you can make yourself smarter. In this fascinating book, Suzuki makes neuroscience easy to understand, interweaving her personal story with groundbreaking research and offering practical, short exercises – four-minute Brain Hacks – to engage your mind and improve your memory and your ability to learn new skills and function more efficiently.

Taking us on an amazing journey inside the brain as never before, Suzuki helps us unlock the keys to neuroplasticity that can change our brains, or bodies, and ultimately our lives.

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 02/09/2019 at 03:59.

Torturous to Read About halfway through, I’m finding this book torturous to read. I did not buy this book to learn about Wendy’s family life, academic success, world travels and dating life. I bought it to learn more about how my brain works. The book gushes with personal stories that make the author seem needy and self-absorbed. She frustrates this reader with endless pages of irrelevant story telling.I will likely finish the book because I paid for it and hope to discover enough value to make it…

Anonymous on 02/09/2019 at 04:11.

Interesting, but many editing problems Wendy Suzuki is really smart and knows a lot about the brain. She imparts a lot of info in a clear manner. The abstract/summary sections to recap the main content of each chapter are excellent.So, why such a low rating? There are three problems with this book.The first one is Wendy Suzuki confuses a scientific nonfiction book with a wandering set of psychotherapy sessions. The book is a book-long narrative of Wendy Suzuki’s life improvement affirmation. This…

Anonymous on 02/09/2019 at 04:39.

One Star

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