Beating Brain Fog
‘A brilliant new book.’ Good Housekeeping
‘Replete with research-based tips, this is a valuable resource for anyone wanting to know more about the difficulties of coping with brain fog.’ Professor Shane O’Mara, Professor of Experimental Brain Research, Trinity College Dublin
‘In this fascinating book neuroscientist Dr Sabina Brennan enters into a world so many of us can relate to, yet few dare discuss. A must-read.’ Dr Harry Barry, bestselling author of Anxiety and Panic and Emotional Healing
‘A real game-changer. Finally a book that explains and recognises brain fog and that offers practical tips to deal with something that’s very real for a lot of people. Do your brain a favour and read this book.’ Dermot Whelan, comedian, television and radio presenter
‘Sabina Brennan has skilfully translated the neuroscience of brain fog for the general reader. Having experienced brain fog myself, I found this book absolutely fascinating, insightful and really practical.’ Sinead Moriarty, bestselling novelist
If you complain of brain fog to a medical professional, you’re likely to be told that it isn’t a recognised condition. But if you mention brain fog to your friends, they’ll know exactly what you mean: fuzzy thinking, trouble concentrating, a sense of grasping for the right word, feeling like your brain is somehow slowed down. In truth, brain fog is not a diagnosis in itself, but a sign that things aren’t right in your body.
In Beating Brain Fog, neuroscientist Dr Sabina Brennan guides us through the science to show how our brains work, and why we might experience confusion and anxiety. She offers tools to help you identify your own cognitive profile, determining the causes of your specific symptoms, and explains the simple strategies that can help you feel like yourself again.
With brain fog now identified as one of the long-term effects of Covid-19, there has never been a more timely moment to tackle your symptoms, with Dr Brennan’s unique 30-day plan.
Beating Brain Fog takes your symptoms seriously, and shows that you don’t have to live with them.