wrack (one's) brain(s)(redirected from wrack your brains)
wrack (one's) brain(s)
To struggle very hard to recall or think of something. ("Rack" is considered the more correct spelling, though "wrack" has become acceptable through common usage.) I've been wracking my brain, but I still can't remember what Lydia's husband's name is. He wracked his brains all weekend trying to think of a solution to the problem.
See also: wrack
wrack (one's) brains/brain
To try hard to remember or think of something.