Brain Food

Get your brain ready for school! There are plenty of things you can do to maximize your brain power and holistically gain some good healthy habits–and the Clermont College Library has some great resources for you, just take a look at the e-books below:brain

Nutrition for Brain Health and Cognitive Performance by Talitha Best and Louise Dye covers new technologies in nutrition, diet, and Omega 3s including ginko bilboa, green tea, and other herbal benefits.

Sort Your Brain Out:  Boost your Performance, Manage Stress, and Achieve More by Jack Lewis and Adrian Webster shows you how to “boost your performance, manage stress, and achieve more” by altering your behavior.

College students have many stressors, such as worrying about money, food and extra items for classes, not getting enough rest—to name a few. This book claims the student can “subtly alter your behaviors.”

Great Myths of the Brain by Christian Jarrett introduces readers to the field of neuroscience by delving into brain myths (Do we only use 10% of our brains?) and myths related to brain disorders, including autism, and epilepsy.

Sleep Deprivation and Disease: Effects of the Body, Brain and Behavior, by Matt Bianchi. Biachi elaborates on emerging research that demonstrate that sleep deprivation contributes to other health concerns. This book covers experimental approaches to sleep deprivation and its measurement.

Please contact the Clermont College Library if you have questions about finding e-books or other media—We’d love to hear from you!

Kathleen Epperson, Librarian
513.558.7010
Kathleen.epperson@uc.edu

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