Tag Archives: memory

7 Science-Based Hacks to Improve Your Memory

Individuals with strong memory skills have a comparative advantage over other professionals, so a lot of people try to improve their “memory capacity”. In theory, a human brain can hold up to 1 quadrillion pieces of information, which means it … r

5 Herbs to Increase Focus, Productivity AND Reduce Anxiety

A specific category of herbs, those considered adaptogens, can simultaneously improve focus and productivity while relieving anxiety. They work by helping the body cope with, and resist the effects of stress, properties that originated because the plants themselves have a unique ability to ‘adapt’ to stressors and other challenges in their environment. r

Get Smarter with the 5 Best Brain Boosting Supplements

If you are looking for supplements to help improve your memory, mental clarity, focus and concentration, and to combat the hazards of age-related cognitive decline (ARCD), check out these 5 powerful brain boosters! r

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Beyond Reading a Book: 3 Hands-On Methods of Self-Education

When you’re trying to learn a new subject, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with all the information you read in books. However, reading a book isn’t always the best way to learn. 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

The Superhuman Guide To Duplicative Memory: 7 Key Tips

Imagine a world without memory.

If you think deep enough, you’ll reach to the conclusion that a world without memory, human civilization would disappear and exist as independent creatures searching for food and shelter, nothing else.

Fortunately that’s not the case for us, memory is an extremely important part of our lives, we need this mechanism to function and process daily tasks. The belief most people have is “I think I’m just one of those people born with poor memory and I can’t do anything about it.”

Stop that belief.

There’s no such thing as naturally poor memory. Memory is a skill just like any other skills, soccer, basketball, writing… the simple truth is, the more you practise it the better it gets. r