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why diet and exercise play
Your memory is a invaluable resource that you can work on improving every day. In order to keep
your memory sharp, you will need to do some exercises that promote memory building. This
article will give you some wonderful tips that will improve your memory if used on a daily basis.
One thing that has been proven to help maintain your memory and brain function over time, is
socialization. Having a strong social group and lots of interaction and conversation with family and
friends will help to keep your memory flowing freely both now and as you age too.
You want to study all the information you're trying to learn in different areas, at different times, as
much as you can. When you study in one spot, the knowledge can be thought to be location
specific to your brain. Mixing the geography makes it more general and a part of you. By moving
around, however, you can easily store items in long-term memory by disassociating them from
Support your memory by eating more fruits and vegetables. Fresh produce is full of antioxidants,
substances that have been shown to help prevent damage to your brain cells. Try eating richly
colored fruits and vegetables such as broccoli, apricots, bell peppers and blueberries since they
tend to have the highest concentrations of antioxidants.
To help prevent memory loss, you should regularly spend time socializing with your friends.
Interacting with friends and loved ones in a social setting helps to prevent stress and depression,
both of which seriously impede memory function. Clear time in your schedule to relax and enjoy
your friends. Your memory will thank you for it.
A good way to help you remember things is to keep repeating them outloud. Eventually, this
information is going to be embedded into your head if you keep hearing it over and over again.
For instance, if you have to clean your room on Saturday, keep saying so outloud.
Make sure that your diet has good sources of Omega-3 fatty acids. Most commonly found in fish,
these fatty acids do a superb job of keeping your brain on its toes. Numerous studies have shown
a positive benefit to the brain when the diet contains omega-3's. Try adding pink salmon, walnuts
and flax seed, so you can get this essential fat.
Eat more onions to improve your memory. A few studies have isolated fisetin to be of great
benefit in improving the long term memory. You can find beneficial levels of fisetin in onions,
strawberries, mangos and other plants. It also is a strong antioxidant so it will deliver other
benefits to your body as well.
You have been given some wonderful ways to improve your memory. Use the tips that you have
learned to keep your memory sharp and working properly. Your memory is something that if you
don't actively work on, it will not be there when you really need it. Stay on your toes and follow the
advice you have been given.