8 ways to improve your memory

Improve Your Memory

Improve Your Memory

The retention of information by the brain enables us to function in our day to day lives. Imagine if you always forgot where you kept your keys? A good memory helps us excel in exams.

Here are some of the ways to improve your memory.

Learn something new

The brain works the same way as a muscle. The more you use it the more it grows stronger. Learning something keeps the brain challenged. It also expands the brain capacity.

Do not turn to google right away

With technology, it is tempting to look something up right away. That inhibits your memory capability. Instead, try recalling before finally looking up on the net.

Keep yourself busy

When you keep a busy schedule your brain does not have time to idle. A busy schedule keeps you preoccupied which improves memory.

Sleep on a regular schedule

Try as much as possible to go to bed at the same time and wake at the same time every day. Do not disrupt your sleeping schedule. An irregular sleep-wake cycle inhibits memory.

Exercise

Regular exercise ensures blood flows well in the body. It also helps generate brain cells which are essential in memory improvement.

Socialize

By nature, human beings are social creatures. Your memory improves if you talk to someone, even if it lasts only ten minutes. A strong social circle is even better.

Drink water

The memory is made of mostly water. It acts as a shock absorber for the brain and the spinal cord. Water also helps brain cells utilize nutrients.

Enjoy nature

Nature plays an important role in memory improvement. A simple walk in the park helps compared to a walk in the city.

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