Improve your Memory

Are you learning a new language? Are you struggling with how to remember words? Find out here our best tips to improve your memory.

Exercise and eat healthy

Memory Tip #10: Eat Healthily And Exercise To Keep Your Mind Sharp

You’ve probably heard the truism “healthy body, healthy mind” before. Sounds familiar, right? Well, the thing is, just as with all the other parts of your body, to be healthy your brain needs you to follow the general principles of a good, healthy lifestyle. This of course includes good nutrition, physical exercise, making time for …

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Memory Tip 9

MemoryTip #9: Get The [Language] On Your Tongue; Read Loudly, Repeat The Sounds

The place where the majority of us did most of our formal learning is school. Here, I want you to try and remember specific classes that you have taken while in middle school or high school. Next, among a particular subject that you know you have taken (say, geography, or mathematics), I want you to …

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making associations memory

Memory Tip #8: Make Associations And Analogies; Connect Newly Acquired Information With Stuff You Already Know

“Creativity is, in a sense, future memory.” Tony Buzan Mnemosyne, the personification of memory in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Gaia (goddess of Earth) and Uranus (god of the sky) and, quite interestingly, the mother of the nine Muses. These latter, in turn, were the goddesses of the inspiration of literature, science and the …

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Memory tip #7

Memory Tip #7: Deal with Material That You Can Understand For The Most Part

When we learn new information, not only do we have to repeat and review it in order to remember it better, as we have seen in Tip #6 on improving memory, but we also have to understand that information for the most part, which reinforces the initial learning, embedding it in the brain. Let’s take …

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