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Summary

The human brain is constantly rewiring its 160 billion cells, continually and imperceptibly changing the way we think. Because of that, we can fundamentally change the way our brains work - for the better.

Sort Your Brain Out shows you how to re–wire your brain to be more creative, make better decisions, improve your mood and memory, manage stress, and stave off senility. The book explains how the brain works and what you can do every day to subtly alter your behaviours, beliefs, and motivations to create positive change in your life and health.

Written by brain scientist and television personality, Dr. Jack Lewis and motivational speaker Adrian Webster present tools for maximizing your brain power.

Sort Your Brain Out includes brain-powered self-help advice that will improve your mood, help you deal with stress and be better and smarter at work or in your everyday life. You'll discover how to shape and control the most adaptable organ in your body to think more creatively, keep your memory sharp and live a better life on a daily basis.

©2014 Jack Lewis (P)2014 Audible Studios

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Loved this - a worthwhile read / listen

As a non-scientist, it's a joy to find an authoritative source on how to optimise your cognitive ability and health based on robust scientific research and in such an easy to absorb format. There is so much dubious science out there but this is a trusted gem. I'm left only more confident to pursue creative interests and lead a healthy lifestyle - inspiring stuff indeed!

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Insightful

A well-read, easy-to-understand insight into how our brains affect our lives. A good place to start for people wanting to gather more information but not bogged down with do's and dont's. Not written like a self-improvement guide.

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Largely incorrect

On the whole it’s a fairly basic, approachable and well written book. Unfortunately the authors get nutrition completely wrong, shockingly so. Thoroughly confused explanation, positively harmful advice. Just sad really. Please read dr Georgia Ede’s column at Psychology Today instead.

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Very interesting and concise.

Interesting, straight to the point and easy to understand. Enjoyed it and learnt a few things that I’m hoping to take action on.

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very interesting

very interesting and easy to listen to. learned some new information. would recommend to others.

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Informative . Enjoyed learning.

Very good listen. Easy to understand.
Noted the nutrition information may be questionable as regards fats causing health issues. Recent reading seems to say it has more to do with sugars that are stored as fat, not fat turning to fat. But this will become better understood. Thanks for the great narration too.

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Loved it

I have learnt a lot without feeling like I have learnt a lot. Lots of new and interesting facts to tell people too!