May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we would like to contribute to worldwide educational efforts.
We are offering the Kindle edition of The SharpBrains Guide to Brain Fitness at an 80% discount, from today until May 31st. If you still don’t have your copy, or know of someone else who would enjoy the book, please take a minute or two to learn more…
Wishing lifelong Brain and Mental Health to everyone,
The SharpBrains Team
NB1: You may enjoy this adapted excerpt from the book — Six tips to build resilience and prevent brain-damaging stress.
NB2: Here you can read some Praise for the book — recognized as a Best Book on Brain Fitness by AARP and others..
“Your brain is your most precious asset, and it is wise to invest in it,” the authors write. Using charts, drawings, and up-to-date scientific studies, they present the case that…the brain is highly dynamic and constantly reorganizing, and it can be shaped and reshaped across a person’s entire lifespan. The authors suggest myriad activities to help the process along…(This is) A stimulating, challenging resource, full of solid information and practical tips for improving brain health.” —Kirkus Reviews
“A great start for making sense new brain science and for taking active steps towards smart health, at the individual level, and Smart Health, at the societal level.” —Misha Pavel, PhD, Program Director for the National Science Foundation’s Smart Health and Wellbeing Program
“One of those books you cannot ignore. Insightful, to the point, actionable. A book for leaders, innovators, thought provokers and everyone who wants to act and live smarter and healthier, based on latest neuroscience.” —Dr. Tobias Kiefer, Director Global Learning & Development, Booz & Company
“This is the book you need to begin to think differently about your brain and actively embrace the exciting and promising reality that your brain’s health is the cause of the century.” —Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD, Founder and Chief Director, UT-Dallas’ Center for BrainHealth
“An essential reference on the field of brain fitness, neuroplasticity and cognitive health” —Walter Jessen, PhD, founder and editor, Highlight Health
“Recognized by AARP as one of the best and most comprehensive source of information, this book manages to remain open minded yet adequately critical at the same–a good model for all sharp minds to follow and benefit from.” —Dr. Peter Whitehouse, Professor of Neurology at Case Western Reserve University
“A much-needed resource to help us better understand our brains and minds and how to nourish them through life.“ —Susan E. Hoffman, Director, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UC Berkeley
“…the best overview I’ve seen of neuroscience implications for personal development and professional effectiveness” —Ed Batista, Leadership Coach at the Stanford Graduate School of Business
“Kudos for an excellent resource! This book is full of top notch information and practical tips, and helps separate hype from hope in the brain health arena.“ —Elizabeth Edgerly, Ph.D., Chief Program Officer, Alzheimer’s Association
“The SharpBrains Guide To Brain Fitness reminds of us all why books (and not just googling a topic) can be well worth your time and money. Two Stethoscopes Up — check it out.” —Dr. Jan Gurley, Internist Physician and Robert Wood Johnson Fellow
“This book provides a very valuable service to a wide community interested in learning and brain topics.“ —Michael Posner, Emeritus Professor of Neuroscience at the University of Oregon
“Finally, an insightful and complete overview of the science, products and trends to debunk old myths and help us all maintain our brains in top shape. A must-read“ —Gloria Cavanaugh, former President of the American Society on Aging
“A masterful guide to the brain training revolution. Promises to stimulate a much needed conversation that will nudge society to build a new brain fitness culture on solid, research-based, foundations.“ —P. Murali Doraiswamy MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Duke University
“This is the only book that I know of that seamlessly integrates latest information about cognitive health across the lifespan. Very useful to anyone interested in the brain.“—Arthur Kramer, Professor of Psychology at University of Illinois