Do you ever walk into a room and can’t remember what you were supposed to do there?
Or get home from the supermarket find that you’ve forgotten the ONE thing you went shopping for? Or worse - you forgot the entire shopping list?!
Forgetting little things can be so frustrating. Forgetting people’s names and faces can be downright embarrassing. Why is it that your brain just won’t retain information?
Well, there can be many reasons. Stress, age, diet, medications… the list goes on. With that in mind, is there any hope for your ailing memory?
Of course! And it’s far simpler than you might think. It’s simply a matter of knowing HOW your brain prefers to store information, and then activating the specific areas that store it.
Don’t worry - this is much easier than it sounds.
The thing is - memory loss doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting dementia, or even that you’re getting old. We all forget things from time to time.
Students especially may find that they struggle to remember enough to pass their exam, and teachers may find it difficult to remember all the names of their students!
Of course, it’s impossible to remember absolutely EVERYTHING. But it’d be nice to remember NEARLY everything, right? Especially things like your wedding anniversary… or your mother-in-law’s name!
Well, you’re in luck. These tried-and-true techniques will not only improve your memory, but they could help you remember things better than when you were younger!
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