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Ideas For Taking Your Memory Farther 11

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There was once a time in your life where you were undoubtedly sharp as a tack, able to recall information with ease. As you get older, the ability to soak up and retain knowledge so readily falls by the wayside. You can work to get your memory back, however you just have to use some great tips like the ones listed below.

Exercise your brain. Using your memory and other thought provoking functions of your brain daily, will help keep your mind and your memory sharp. Do puzzles, drive a different way to work and memorize something every day. You will see an improvement quickly and less of a decline as time moves on.

Take advantage of social networking sites to remember birthdays. Take the time to invite all your friends to join you on your social networking site, and be sure to ask them when their birthdays enter and are this information in the birthday reminder program provided so that you will always be notified in advance.

Keep your social life active. It is proven that those with an active social life have a better memory. Talk to your family and friends, either in person or over the phone, because it will stimulate your brain. Having an active social life will slow your memory from fading.

To remember things like turning off the water, place some object that will remind you in a place where you are likely to trip over it! Put your garden gloves in the kitchen sink or some other unlikely place if you have left the sprinklers on for half an hour while you go inside to eat. This will remind you to turn off the water!

Work with others and collaborate on ideas with them if you are searching for ways to increase your memory. When you do this, your brain fires in a different way than it does when you work on something alone. Bounce ideas off others and see how differently you begin to think.

Break complex information down into smaller, more memorable pieces. This simple trick is regularly used to help people remember large numbers. For instance, your credit card numbers, phone number and social security number are all broken down into smaller, hyphenated sections to make them easier to remember. You can do the same thing with any complex data that you are trying to recall.

Keep lists of everything. Keep a shopping list at all times. Hang it on your refrigerator. Every time you think of something you need, add it to the list. This will help make sure you don't forget anything. Keep lists for other things as well, such as things that need done around your house.

One tip for helping to remember things is to associate phrases and words with images. For example, let's say you have to do something at three o'clock. If you associate the memory with the three little pigs, you're more likely to remember what time it was that you had something to do, although it's difficult to remember just three.

Break complex information down into smaller, more memorable pieces. This simple trick is regularly used to help people remember large numbers. For instance, your credit card numbers, phone number and social security number are all broken down into smaller, hyphenated sections to make them easier to remember. You can do the same thing with any complex data that you are trying to recall.

Try to memorize things in sets of 7. According to studies, the human capacity for Short Term Memory, or (STM) is 7, add or minus 2. This is why humans memorize things best in groups of 7. This is also why, for example, your phone number is seven digits.

When trying to commit information into your long-term memory, make sure you are in a location with zero distractions. It takes real attention to move information from short-term to long-term memory, and a distracting environment can make the task nearly impossible. Steer clear of areas where there aretelevisions and radios, crowds or lots of visual stimuli.

If you are having issues with remembering things, you may want to try relaxing techniques like yoga or meditation. When your body is relaxed, so is your mind which allows you to easily learn and remember things. Working your mind and body to hard will make memorizing things much worse.

Try studying in different locations and at different times of the day. This will help you determine what works best for you, and also make sure that you can recall information in different settings. Likely you will not be taking an exam in conditions similar to the ones you studied for it in.

If your brain feels unfocused and your memory is lacking, try working on learning a new skill. New skills use new parts of the force and brain you to expand your ways of thinking. Learn to juggle, build something, try martial arts, or take a cooking class to broaden your brain's abilities.

Keep your self organized. It is important that you don't waste your time trying to remember simple things, like where you put your car keys. Just make sure to keep them in the same spot every day until it becomes habbit. Being organized will actually work to enhance your memory.

Scent has a huge impact on memory. If you keep something that you enjoy smelling right next to where you keep things, you will have an easier time recalling where the object is. If you keep a plug in air freshener right next to where you keep you wallet when you are home, you will have no problem remembering where it is, for example.

matching and Remembering names with faces can be very difficult. Focus on the person's face or a specific feature of their face then try recalling an https://plus.google.com/u/0/10 5204570792508050498/about anecdote about them. With practice and time people's names will spring to mind more readily.

Using the helpful ideas, information and advice that you have just read can help you to remember. Now put it to use and test yourself atwork and home, or school by practicing a variety of new techniques that can help you to efficiently store information in your memory. You will find fulfillment when you now recall information accurately and easily at only a moment's notice.