How to Improve Your Memory Video for Kids
How to Improve Your Memory
How to improve your memory? Can’t remember names, dates or even why you walked into a room?
Luckily there are a lot of things you can do to increase your memory power. You will need: –
- a puzzle game
- grape juice
- dried or fresh rosemary or sage
- aerobic exercises
- relaxation techniques
- An active social life
Step 1: –
Do crossword puzzles, play Sudoku, take up Bridge. Games like these help stimulate the mind, helping the brain grow neuron pathways, improving your mental ability.
Step 2: –
Drink purple grape juice not white. Research has found that drinking 8 ounces of grape juices increases memory by 20 percent. Go for organic grape juice. Organic fruits and vegetables have 40 percent more antioxidants than non-organic ones.
Step 3: –
Both rosemary and sage improve people’s score on world record tests. Need to remember a name? Picture it written across the person’s forehead. The visual image will help you remember it later. This was the favourite trick of Franklin Roosevelt who was renowned for his ability to remember names.
Step 4: –
Hit the dance floor, jog or do anything that gets your pulse racing. Physical activity rushes oxygen to the brain and builds new cells in the brain which generate the memory. Repeat what you need to memorize when you first hear it. Saying it loud helps to lock it in your memory.
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