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SparkArticle: Hacks to Boost My Memory

Friday, December 27, 2019

Hacks to Boost My Memory - https://www.sparkpeople.com/my

I Just finished reading this article and wanted to highlight a few thing that I needed to practice doing more often!


emoticon Repeat, repeat, repeat. Whether it’s a name, phone number or series of events, repetition is arguably the best way to commit details to memory. You can either repeat them in written form or speak them out loud to yourself until they are learned by rote.

emoticon Relax. "When we can’t recall something, we get anxious, which makes the process even more difficult," says Koenig. "We think and remember better when we’re in a relaxed state. Take a few deep breaths and purposely relax your body, or repeat a calming mantra."

emoticon Learn something new. Absorbing new knowledge, skills and information works your "mind muscle" and helps to sharpen cognitive function.
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    Repeat, repeat, repeat: I am successful and will accomplish my goals!

    I once listened to an exercise book on tape with Bernie Siegel where you repeat a mantra over and over. Thought the guy was bonkers. Me I was desperate. But now I believe in his methodology. Say it enough and you believe and become what you say.

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    Fabulous. Thanks for pointing out the article!!
    301 days ago
    Yes @2bfitkat
    301 days ago
    Good Advice...especially for us older gals.
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