Do you find that your memory is not as sharp as it used to be? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Memory loss is a common problem for many people. The key to gaining your memory back is to know how to do so, which is what the purpose of the following article is.
Keep a running list of the things you want to accomplish each day. As you finish one item, cross it off and move on to the next. Simultaneously, keep adding items at the bottom of the list as they arise. In this way you will never forget what you need to do next.
Taking as little as a 5 to 15 minute break when studying or working at your desk allows your mind to refresh itself and will benefit your memory. You brain will be better able to absorb information.
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. Continue reading …