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Blue Mind: How Water Makes You Happier, More Connected and Better at What You Do

Wallace J. Nichols

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Prose: non-fiction, Popular science, Neurosciences, Hydrology & the hydrosphere, Environmentalist thought & ideology

Blue Mind is a fascinating account using compelling new research to understand our relationship to the planet's most omnipresent resource - water.

Why are we drawn to the ocean each summer? Why does being near water set our minds and bodies at ease? In BLUE MIND, Wallace J. Nichols revolutionizes how we think about these questions, revealing the remarkable truth about the benefits of being in, on, under, or simply near water.

Grounded in cutting-edge studies in neurobiology, cognitive psychology, economics, and medicine, and made real by stories of innovative scientists, doctors, athletes, artists, environmentalists, businesspeople and lovers of nature - stories that fascinate the mind and touch the heart - BLUE MIND will awaken readers to the vital importance of water to the health and happiness of us all.

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Praise for Blue Mind: How Water Makes You Happier, More Connected and Better at What You Do

  • [Wallace J. Nichols], more Keanu Reeves in his surf-god pomp than lab-bound scientist - is the very embodiment of his theme . . . confiding, rhetorical, blissed-out, the writing seems to emerge from one of the flotation tanks Nichols uses to seek out his inner fish . . . The tone is that of an extended Ted talk . . . at the heart of Nichols's book are real revelations - Guardian

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Wallace J. Nichols

Dr. Wallace J. Nichols is a scientist, activist, community organizer, author and dad. He works to inspire a deeper connection with nature, sometimes simply by walking and talking, other times through writing or images. He is a Research Associate at California Academy of Sciences and his work has been broadcast on NPR, BBC, PBS, National Geographic and Animal Planet and featured in Time, Newsweek, GQ, Scientific American and New Scientist, among others. His most recent work has been on BLUEMiND: The Mind + Ocean Initiative, merging the fields of cognitive science and ocean exploration.

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