NATURAL WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY
Is it really possible to improve your memory? If you’ve ever found yourself
forgetting where you left your keys or blanking out information on important
tests then you have probably wished that your memory was a bit better.
Fortunately, there are plenty of things that you can do to help improve your
memory. Despite what you might think – or have been told – improving your
ability to recall information is certainly possible. You just need to know the right
ways to do it. (Don’t worry, as you won’t need to make any significant lifestyle
So how to improve memory? Let’s dive straight into the first of easy ways to
improve your memory significantly.
Since memory loss may be linked to a number of health conditions, it’s important
to consult your physician if you have any health concerns. Self-treating a
condition and avoiding or delaying standard care may have serious consequences.
But yes you can definitely try these harmless things in this lockdown.
Reading out loud can help one understand a concept more properly.
START WORKING OUT
If you’re not already working out regularly, then here’s another reason to do so:
Exercising for 20-30 minutes three times a week will improve your long-term
Regular exercise increases blood flow in your body and supplies the brain with
extra oxygen and nutrients. And a well-nourished brain is a well-functioning brain!
RELATE NEW INFORMATION TO THINGS YOU ALREADY KNOW
When you’re studying unfamiliar material, take the time to think about how this
information relates to what you already know. By establishing relationships
between new ideas and previously existing memories, you can dramatically
increase the likelihood of recalling the recently learned information.
EAT HEALTHIER FOODS
The food that you eat helps determine your brain’s capacity to store and recall
information. A poor diet (think junk food + soda!) harms not just your physical
health, but your mental health too.
Fortunately, there are several foods that are especially good for your brain and
your memory. These include blueberries, celery, and dark chocolate. But anything
high in antioxidants will have a positive effect on your brain and memory.
GET SOME SLEEP
Sleep is important for memory and learning. Taking a nap after you learn
something new can actually help you learn faster and remember better. Sleeping
after learning something new actually leads to physical changes in the brain.