Tag Archives: memory loss

Train Your Brain

Train Your Brain with 8 Ways to Learn Faster

Have you ever encountered such a situation where you remember a person by face but failed to recall his name? Often times we find ourselves totally helpless simply because our mind is in sleep mode for a while when we need it to behave actively. r

The 3 Surprising Things That Cause Short-Term Memory Loss

Memories are a funny thing, aren’t they? Sometimes our minds can recall the most intricate details of an event that happened 10 years ago. Other times, we can’t remember where we put our phone 10 minutes ago. r

5 Simple and Effective Ways To Improve Your Memory Today

Growing up in the digital age, we don’t need to rely on our memories as much as we used to. We have search engines to help us recall facts, Facebook to remind us of birthdays and events, GPS systems to give us directions, and many other apps and devices to outsource our memories to. r

self improvement

When Your Memory Sucks: 6 Easy Ways to Compensate

If your memory isn’t as good as it used to be, as good as you’d like it to be, here are some of my favorite easy ways to compensate for a “less than perfect” memory. r

3 Ways to Improve Your Mental Performance at Any Age

So rather than accepting that ignorance is bliss, living solely in the present, or subscribing to any other overused adage that makes you feel better about your failing memory, start taking steps to actively improve it. r

How To Reduce Stress and Improve Your Memory

Reducing stress is crucial for optimal brain functioning. When you are stressed, you waste a lot of your valuable mental energy worrying, so you have less mental energy available for paying attention to the things that are important for you to remember. r