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How to Improve Your Memory: 8 Tips For Memory Improvement - Stop Forgetting And Start Remembering


Memory improvement isn't as hard to do as you might think it is. A great many of us are forgetful from time to time. It gets frustrating sometimes when we're trying to remember something and it just doesn't seem to come to us or takes a little bit of time before the thought pops up in our head. While it is difficult to deal with at times, most of the time it is not so much that we are losing our memory, but that our minds are overloaded with excessive thoughts all at the same time.
Here are 8 premier tips for memory improvement:

  1. Stay or get healthy by eating a healthy diet and getting daily exercise. You don't have to lift weights or run a marathon, just start walking a little each day.Then try and walk 20 minutes a day for at least 5 days. Eat a plant. Yes, vegetables and fruits as well go a long way in a healthy body and a healthy mind as well. Drink a sufficient amount of water for your individual body every day. It is the most important thing that you can do.

  2. You need to give yourself a time-out once in a while. You don't have to be a super person all the time. Avoiding stress and allowing your body and mind to take a break occasionally will benefit your memory in so many ways.

  3. Write things down. You can help your mind by writing things down. If you begin writing a list, then you will only have to remember the list.

  4. Stay and remain focused. You may have a lot of information stored in your brain, but you can increase your odds of retaining more information if you stay focused on one thing at a time.

  5. Use your God-given common sense about things. Common sense is crucial in making decisions and holding on to information in your memory bank. You have 7 senses. Use all of them to aid you in remembering what is going on in your busy life.

  6. Introduce mind games into your schedule. Card games, crossword puzzles, brain teasers, word association games and even chess keep your mind sharp.

  7. Change your attitude. If you have a poor attitude, your memory will suffer. A positive attitude will do your memory a world of good. To enhance your brain and thinking, try visualization. I do it all the time and it makes remembering a lot easier for me!

  8. Finally, get the proper amount of sleep for yourself. If you don't, you can't function right and nether will your mind. This is just about the best tip I can offer. Get a good night's sleep and you will be on your way to a clearer mind in the morning.

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