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  2. AAR-4795

How To Maximize The Potential Of Your Memory

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    • Priority: Major
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      Over time and during the natural agingĀ memosurge reviews process you may begin to lose your memory or realize that it is not as good as it used to be. The article below includes tips you can use to improve your memory and possibly even get it back to where it was before.

      Avoid cramming all your material into one short study session. Studies show that information is better retained, if you take some time to learn it. You can do this by scheduling short study sessions in the days and weeks, prior to an exam. Cramming everything into one sitting will only prove to be counter productive.

      If you want to have a better long-term memory, then you need to get in the practice of regular stretching and other exercise. These exercises keep the brain's arteries open, and this is important because the brain is responsible for 15 percent of your body's blood flow. Stretching also increases energy, flexibility and relaxation, which all help towards improved long-term memory as well.

      One method you can use to help you commit things to memory is to use mnemonic devices. A mnemonic device is a simple technique to aid recall of information you are trying to remember. You might develop a rhyme, a joke or a joke to help you remember a piece of information. An example of a common mnemonic is "1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue". You can utilize this same type of rhyming scheme to help you remember a specific date or term.

      The easiest way to improve your memory is to get a good night's sleep! Sometimes our busy schedules make it seem like cutting out a few hours of sleep is the only way to be productive, but your brain needs rest to function at its best. Sleeping is also when your brain processes and stores your memories from that day.

      Participate in regular exercise. Exercise increases oxygen to the brain and can be helpful to your memory. It also gets blood flowing to your brain more. It can also help prevent diseases that can lead to memory loss in the future. An active body leads to an active mind.

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