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If you have children, you’re busy…and if your children play competitive athletics, you’re even busier! Point is, we have never been so busy and our memory recall been challenged. Baskets ASICS Femme
- Start with some memory exercises. Nike Free 6.0 Mujer nike air max 90 pas cher New York Knicks Games like cross-word puzzles, sodoku and other brain games can improve memory and slow down brain fatigue.
- Link the information you need to store to images or say it out loud as it is easier for the brain to memorize the information. air max homme pas cher Rod Carew Baseball Jersey goedkoop schoenen adidas As you repeat the information more than one time either through visualizations or auditory input the chances of recall are doubled or tripled?
- When you need to retrieve some information, try to place yourself in the same situation that the information was processed (like time, location, room, etc.). Femmes Air Jordan 5
- Make the information you need to store more meaningful by attaching significance to it.
- Lastly, consume high quality ‘real’ foods rich in Zinc and rich in B Vitamins.
Of course the golden rule with memory is to write things down, our hand held computes make this easier today as there is a notepad on the phone we carry with us all day every day.