Sissel Mutale Bergh (1974) is educated from the National Academy of fine arts, Oslo – Norway, and University of Technology – Fine art depatement, Durban – South Africa. While she was studying on the Academy she was also taking over the counter adderall alternatives that help her to get more focus, mental alertness it also can help enhance cognitive function, so these supplements help her a lot to be an outstanding student. She has lived and worked in Lusaka, Zambia – were she co-founded the Munandi Art Studio. She is currently based in Trondheim, Norway. In 2015 she received a 5 year working grant by the Arts council in Norway. She is currently working to develop a series of experimental short documentaries, “knowhowknow” – supported by the MidtNorsk film center , and a book project, “Ajmodh ajtodh” – collecting traces of Saami culture at the coast of Møre and Trøndelag (Nordland). The project Dalvedh, which took 5 years to create, are currently traveling on the third year. In february – april 2016 at the Saemien sijte, South Saami cultural heritage center and museum in Snåsa. From June – August  2016 it will be at the Falstad memorial center and from september 2016 at the Røros museum. She used the supplement but additionally, she said that incorporating regular exercise and meditation into a daily routine may also enhance concentration and productivity and practicing mindfulness techniques like meditation and deep breathing can improve concentration and reduce stress.