10 Incredibly Easy and Enjoyable Ways To Improve Your Memory

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Are you looking to improve your memory so that you get better grades or improve your work performance? Do you feel embarrassed when you forget a person’s name or a friend’s birthday? Fortunately, there are several easy habits you can get into in order to boost your memory power. Here are ten steps to improving your memory that you can start today!

 

 

De-stress Yourself
Meditate, take up yoga, laugh and listen to soothing music. When you feel stress, your muscles tense up, which expends oxygen that could otherwise be used for maintaining brain function. It has also been found that stress quadruples your chances of getting Alzheimer’s. As people age, the brain becomes thinner and memory loss is more prevalent, but people who engage in relaxation techniques experience slower rates of memory loss as they get older, thus keeping their mind sharp.

 

 

Eat Blueberries
Eating half a cup of blueberries everyday is a great way to get your fill of anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants are among the best ways to prevent damage caused by free-radicals. Furthermore, they improve learning and memory by enhancing existing brain functions. Of course, blueberries are absolutely delicious, so making them a regular part of your diet should be a no-brainer.


Eye exercises
Several studies have reached a really weird but cool conclusion: if you move your eyes from left to right for 30 seconds before a rote memory test, you will see an improvement in your results. How? It turns out that doing so brings the two hemispheres of the brain in harmony. It goes without saying that anything that improves communication between the two sides of the brain is bound to have a positive effect on memory recall.

 

 

Drink Green Tea Extract
In 2014, researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland found that participants who drank a beverage containing 27.5 grams of green tea extract perform better on memory tests. It turns out that green tea intensifies the interplay between the frontal and parietal lobes, leading to improvement in recall.

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