Saturday, May 7, 2011

Effective Memory Improvement Technique


An ultimate assistance to CA students


Dear Friends and members. This is my humble request to give you some useful and helpful information. The subject matter of discussion is “Memory improvement tricks”. If you observe the following information, No doubt, you also can improve your memory.
1.

Give a positive feed back to your brain that you have a good memory that will improve.

a) Some may be having inferior complex that they can’t able to remember a simple phone number of friends or other silly things. That means you are not a poor memory holder. Common, listen next steps.
2. Keep your Brain Active.
a) The brain is not a muscle, but regularly "exercising" the brain actually does keep it growing and spurs the development of new nerve connections that can help improve memory.
b) Thus, your daily routine studies have a great role in improving your memory.
3. Exercise daily
a) Regular aerobic exercise improves circulation and efficiency throughout the body, including in the brain, and can help ward off the memory loss that comes with aging.
b) Exercise also makes you more alert and relaxed, and can thereby improve your memory uptake, allowing you to take better mental "pictures."
4. Reduce stress
a) Chronic stress, although it does not physically damage the brain, can make remembering much more difficult.
b) Even temporary stresses can make it more difficult to effectively focus on concepts and observe things.
c) Try to relax, regularly practice yoga or other stretching exercises, and see a doctor if you have severe chronic stress.
5. Eat well and eat right.
a) Feed your brain with such supplements as Thiamine, Vitamin E, Niacin and Vitamin B-6. Grazing,
b) Eating 5 or 6 small meals throughout the day instead of 3 large meals also seems to improve mental functioning (including memory) by limiting dips in blood sugar, which may negatively affect the brain.
6. Take better pictures.
a) Often we forget things not because our memory is bad, but rather because our observational skills need work.
b) One way to train yourself to be more observant is to look at an unfamiliar photograph for a few seconds and then turn the photograph over and describe or write down as many details as you can about the photograph.
c) Try closing your eyes and picturing the photo in your mind. Use a new photograph each time you try this exercise, and with regular practice you will find you're able to remember more details with even shorter glimpses of the photos.
7. Give yourself time to form a memory.
a) Memories are very fragile in the short-term, and distractions can make you quickly forget something as simple as a phone number.
b) The key to avoid losing memories before you can even form them is to be able to focus on the thing to be remembered for a while without thinking about other things, so when you're trying to remember something, avoid distractions and complicated tasks for a few minute.
8. Create vivid, memorable images.
a) You remember information more easily if you can visualize it.
9. Repeat things you need to learn.
a) The more times you hear, see, or think about something, the more surely you'll remember it.
b) Repeat it, either out loud or silently. Try writing it down; think about it.
10. Group things you need to remember.
a) Random lists of things (a shopping list, for example) can be especially difficult to remember.
b) Group the things based on a particular order .
11. Organize your life.
a) Use an electronic organizer or daily planner to keep track of appointments, due dates for bills, and other tasks.
12.Try meditation
a) Research now suggests that people who regularly practice "mindfulness" meditation are able to focus better and may have better memories.
b) Some researchers believe this can enhance attention span, focus, and memories.
13. Sleep well
a) The amount of sleep we get affects the brain's ability to recall recently learned information.
b) Getting a good night's sleep "a minimum of seven hours a night " may improve your short-term memory and long-term relational memory, according to recent studies conducted at the Harvard Medical School.
14.Venture out and learn from your mistakes.
a) Go ahead and take a stab at memorizing the first one hundred digits of pi, or, if you've done that already, the first one thousand.
b) Memorize the monarchs of England through your memory palaces, or your grocery list through visualization.

All the best
CA Vivek.M
castudenthelpdesk @ gmail.com

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