One of the most important organs that you have in your body is your brain and over time, it begins to degrade with age. Working on memory exercises can help to preserve the integrity of your brain and make it easier to remember both significant and insignificant details. Here are a few unique ways that you can exercise your memory so you can stay young and fresh forever.
1) Drawing and Doodling.
Do you find that you’re on the phone a lot with friends and family members? Make sure that you break out a notepad and a pencil as doodling is one of the best ways to help keep your brain active. According to studies, people who doodle while on the phone are more likely to remember 29% more of the conversation than others who don’t.
2) Making a Fist.
Your recall memory is one of the most important aspects of your brain and according to scientists, making a fist throughout the day for at least 45 seconds helps to improve your recall abilities. You will want to make sure that you clench your dominant hand when you hear something you want to remember and later make a fist with the opposite hand to recall the information.
3) Using Brain Games.
The most obvious way to help improve your memory is to use games that are specifically designed to keep your brain active and young. There’s nothing better than enjoying a morning crossword or a game of Sudoku in the afternoon. There’s also a company called Lumosity that creates an array of scientifically tested games developed specifically to help with your memory, alertness, mood, and concentration.
4) Learning a New Language.
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to travel to a new country? Well, one of the first things you might want to do is start to teach yourself a new language. When you take the time to diligently practice a second language it can help to improve your memory. This is also applicable to teaching yourself a brand new skill such as crocheting. It is important that you practice your new activity on a daily basis to see the most benefits.
5) Choosing Unusual Fonts.
If you find yourself reading something that you know you’ll want to remember at a future time, try to paste it into a word processor and change the font into an unusual one. Scientists state that if your brain is trying to process a font outside of the typical Times New Roman, Arial, or Helvetica, it will concentrate more on the content that you’re reading.
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