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Good memory is beneficial

A vital part in brain’s function

Keeping the memory in good condition is a vital part of the brain’s function. Every now and then, our actions greatly depend on a lot of information we retrieve from our memory bank.

Such information can either be short term or long term. Short term can be a specific tasks we have to do. While long-term memory can be the ability to drive a car or repeat instructions from a book. Long term may come spontaneously without too much effort when the need arises. Short-term memory requires recalling information from the accumulation of things stored in our memory.

This is why you need to keep your memory in great shape to achieve efficiency in your daily endeavors

Keep your attention focus on the information you need to store in your memory bank

Even with distractions around you, stay focused on the subject. The more concentrated you are on the information, the better the chances of retaining it in your memory.

Utilize the most ideal sense or senses when gathering the information

This what we call acuity in sensing our environment. Be aware of the color or details of a picture, or the particular sound or smell of the thing involved. All our bodily senses are attune to collect information depending on the circumstance at hand.

Our sense of vision may be the most used in gathering information. Then our senses of hearing, smell, taste, and touch are equally important and helpful in remembering things, situations, and information about something or someone.

Write down the information

It works best when you’re not sure that the information you are about to remember will retain by your brain. It proves effective especially in gathering very long and tedious information like lecture notes or a personal interview.

Just be sure you don’t forget that you have a note at hand; and of course, don’t misplace the note.

Maintain a balance diet

A well-proportioned diet will result to a conditioned memory. Oily and sweet foods may cloud the memory. If you cannot completely eliminate a bad diet, gradually cut down your intake of these memory-inhibiting foods.

Doing it gradually cushions the effect of withdrawal symptoms and you’ll get adjusted to the new lifestyle you are creating. This is not only beneficial to the memory, but we can say you’re on your way to a healthy life.

Drinking lots of water brings lots of advantages to your overall health, and memory is not an exception.

 

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