Selena Bartlett, Ph.D., is a group leader in neuroscience and obesity and a Professor at the Queensland University of Technology. Dr Bartlett has delivered many lectures, seminars, and workshops on the stress and sugar its effects on the brain.
"Joss K.on May 7, 2017 A thoughtful, short and sweet book with strategies that are easy to follow - I loved this book. I really felt the author's intention to inspire her readers with excellent, real-world examples and insights to help us manage the inevitable stresses that make up our daily lives. I've had this book for a few months now -- although I've been loaning it out to friends who now are experiencing similar positive, life-changing "aha moments." Yes, it's not a cliche: you can change your thinking and it will help you to change your life. Thank you, Dr. Selena Bartlett, for explaining to us these invaluable concepts of brain fitness and the neuroplasticity revolution. Truly inspiring""This was a gamechanger for me, how the brain works explained in everyday language by a neuroscientist for everyday people. The simple powerful practical steps have changed my life in how I now slow my mind down to handle stress. I have quietened the 'Miggi monster' by training my brain to lock onto positive rather than negative, and understanding negative is the brains natural default- it's not my fault! Highly recommended."