Product Description The definitive guide to keeping your brain healthy for a long and lucid life, by one of the world's leading scientists in the field of brain health and ageing.The brain is our most vital and complex organ. It controls and coordinates our actions, thoughts and interactions with the world around us. It is the source of personality, of our sense of self, and it shapes every aspect of our human experience. Yet most of us know precious little about how our brains actually work, or what we can do to optimise their performance. Whilst cognitive decline is the biggest long-term health worry for many of us, practical knowledge of how to look after our brain is thin on the ground. In this ground-breaking new book, leading expert Professor James Goodwin explains how simple strategies concerning exercise, diet, social life, and sleep can transform your brain health paradigm, and shows how you can keep your brain youthful and stay sharp across your life. Combining the latest scientific research with insightful storytelling and practical advice, Supercharge Your Brain reveals everything you need to know about how your brain functions, and what you can do to keep it in peak condition. Review Advance praise for Supercharge Your Brain:"A remarkable book, which turns cutting-edge science into simple strategies for a healthier life that all of us should use.” -- Phillip Polakoff, Senior Health Advisor to President Biden"Some people improve mentally with age - here's how you can be one of them.” ― The Mail on Sunday"Little things you do every day can help ensure your brain is fit and healthy—and it's never too late to start, says ageing expert James Goodwin." ― New Scientist"The secrets to a better brain. Goodwin unwraps the mystery of the brain—and how to give it a boost so that you can keep on enjoying life." ― Top Sante"I can't tell you how much I enjoyed reading the book. [The brain] is absolutely extraordinary.” -- Ella Mills, Deliciously Ella About the Author Professor James Goodwin PhD is a director of the Brain Health Network (www.brain.health) and a special advisor to the Global Council on Brain Health. He holds a Honorary Chair at the University of Exeter Medical School and is a Visiting Professor in Physiology at the University of Loughborough. He is also a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. He lives in Devon, England.