21 Jul 2021
Brain fog is one of the commonest symptoms I come across as a doctor in primary care, yet the least understood.
On today’s podcast I speak with Dr Sabina Brennan PhD about her incredible career from Soaps to Science and everything to do with brain fog.
Dr Sabina is a chartered health psychologist (C.Psychol.,PsSI.), neuroscientist (PhD), host of the Super Brain podcast and best-selling author. Her new book Beating Brain Fog (Orion Spring) takes your symptoms seriously and shows that you don’t have to live with them.
On today’s Pod you will learn:
I loved this episode and Sabina is such a fantastic communicator and her mission to get everyone looking after their brain health as routinely as they brush their teeth.
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It was great to chat with Dr Sabina on the show today and hear all about Brain Fog - something I definitely wanted to learn more about and hopefully youll find this episode really interesting and full of nuggets of information that might help you too.
Ive added links below to both of Dr Sabinas books:
Beating Brain Fog
Your 30-day plan to think faster, sharper, better
100 Days to a Younger Brain
Maximise your memory, boost your brain health and defy dementia
Sabina Brennan is a chartered health psychologist (C.Psychol.,PsSI.), neuroscientist (PhD), host of the Super Brain podcast and best-selling author. Her new book Beating Brain Fog (Orion Spring) takes your symptoms seriously and shows that you dont have to live with them. Sabina employs cutting edge neuroscience to reveal the secrets of the most underused resource on the planet – the human brain. In easy-to-understand, everyday language through her writing, films, websites, and wellness talks Sabina shows how anyone can harness their brain power to reach their true potential. Sabina’s mission to get everyone looking after their brain health as routinely as they brush their teeth has won her awards in recognition of the societal impact of her work and for her contribution to STEM communication. She was listed as one of Image magazine’s Women of the Year (2018) and has had a chapter written about her in The Day That Changed My Life (Black and White Publishing, 2019) and also in A Day in May, Real Lives, True Stories (Irish Academic Press – 2016) Dr Brennan leads Brain Fit, a large-scale research study examining the relationship between brain health, lifestyle, genomics and dementia risk at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland’s premier university.