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How To Increase Your Memory

How is your memory? Is your cognitive function as strong as you want? If not, then you will surely be interested in the tips of improving the memory that I will share with you in this article.
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Regardless of what you might think or have been told, increasing your ability to recall information is possible. You just need to know the right way to do it. (Don't worry, because you don't have to make a significant lifestyle change.)

How To Increase Your Memory 

So how to improve memory? Let's dive straight into the first seven easy ways to improve your memory.

  • Meditation

We live in a relentless world, information 24/7. It's like a waterfall that endlessly pours the news, data, facts, and figures into our conscious mind.

Unfortunately, our brains are not designed to absorb this much information. Then it is not surprising, that most people struggle to remember the information and remember things.

Even if you are sure to have a good memory and feel comfortable with multi-tasking, you will also realize that there is only so much information that your brain can process at a time. And research shows that the more information and disruption, the harder it is for you to transfer information to your long-term memory.

Fortunately, meditation can help you.

Even if you are only meditating for 10 minutes per day, you will increase your ability to focus, which in turn, will make you more easily remember important facts.

If you need help switching to a meditation condition, I suggest trying an app like Headspace – which can help you achieve this in an easy and structured way.

And don't forget, meditation should not only close your eyes and sit in a lotus position. Some people prefer a short walk in nature. It cleans and soothes their minds, and still gives a very important boost to their focus.

  • Enough sleep

If you lack sleep or lack of sleep, then I suppose you also can not remember it well. This is because sleep and memory are intimately connected.

If you have a busy life and regularly find yourself not enough sleep, then this will negatively impact your cognitive abilities-including your memory.

How much sleep should you get?

According to the National Sleep Foundation, you need a minimum of seven to nine hours of sleep per night. If you get this amount of sleep on a regular basis, then in just a few days, you will notice a noticeable increase in your ability to remember and recall something.

Now, I will be honest with you, maintaining the right sleep cycle is not always easy (especially when the latest Netflix series has just been released!). But if you care to improve your short-term and long-term ability to recall something, then it is very important for you to try at least get the recommended amount of sleep every night.

  • Challenge your Brain

When was the last time you challenged your brain?

I mean not challenged in the sense of excessive eating or sleep deprivation. I am referring to expanding your mental abilities through things like crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and memory games.

To expand your memory bank, and make your recall power sharp, you need to constantly challenge your brain.

Feedback from Lifehack readers like you has suggested that brain training applications are a very effective way to do this. Used regularly, this app can improve your focus, attention span, problem thinking ability, and memory.

  • Rest more

When I recall my days as a novice entrepreneur, I remember clearly working all the time under the sun – and many under the moon too!

At that time, I believed that rest was for the weak, and to be rich and successful, I needed to shed blood, sweat, and tears.

Resting regularly is the best way to make yourself productive, creative, and alive from opportunities. It's also the best way to learn new information.

Usually, when learning a lot of new information, most people will spend hours reading it in an effort to learn and remember the content as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, they ignore something.

That is, an extended study session is rarely a good thing because your ability to store information naturally decreases after a certain period of time.

This is similar to physical exercise. You will not attempt to train vigorously for four consecutive hours. Instead, you will be resting regularly to give your lungs, heart, and muscle enough time to recover. Failing to do this will cause muscle cramps and fatigue.

It's the same with your brain. If you overdo it with information, you will suffer mental fatigue.

  • Learn new skills

Participate in meaningful activities aimed at stimulating the mind. It also relieves stress and promotes health and well-being.

Obviously, learning new skills gives you encouragement, focus, and something to go with. Your brain loves to learn, and you should utilize this by always looking for our new information. And when learning becomes habitual, you will find your ability to remember and remember things easily, become habitual as well.

  • Start exercising

If you haven't been exercising regularly, then here's another reason to do it. Exercising for 20-30 minutes three times a week will improve your long-term memory.

Regular exercise boosts blood flow in your body and supplies the brain with additional oxygen and nutrients. And a good nourishing brain is the brain that works well.

  • Eat healthier foods

I'm sure you've heard the phrase: "You are what you eat."

This applies to your brain as well.

The food you eat helps determine your brain's capacity to store and recall information. Poor diet (think of junk food + soda!) Not only does it harm your physical health, but also your mental health.

Fortunately, there are some excellent foods for your brain and memory. These include blueberries, celery, and black chocolate. But whatever high antioxidant will have a positive effect on your brain and memory.

Conversely, foods that are highly processed and that contain sugar will negatively impact your memory. This is because they provide insufficient nutrients to your brain-making you easy to suffer mental fatigue.
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