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All blog posts tagged "memory"

Exercise and Remember

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: August 12, 2015

Feeling fuzzy and trying to remember something? Try doing a few jumping jacks, or jog in place. Doing something physical can help you remember. This also works when you have been reading the same chapter over and over.

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Posted in: Memory
Tags: memory, exercise, recall


Brain Health

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: July 14, 2015

At ANY age, research always shows, that healthy exercise for your brain, like games and puzzles, make the brain react like an exercised muscle, growing bigger and stronger.

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Posted in: Brain Strength
Tags: memory, Brain Health, puzzles, games


Studying

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: May 20, 2015

Spend a few minutes looking through a chapter before studying/reading through it. Notice titles, headings, and pictures. By doing this you are making connections your brain can use as you read through the material for real. That's what memory is all about, connections!

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Posted in: Memory
Tags: memory, studying, school, tests, textbooks


Vitamin B and Memory

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: October 31, 2014

A vitamin B-12 deficiency — most common in older adults and vegetarians — can cause various signs and symptoms, including memory loss.

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Posted in: Vitamin deficiencies
Tags: memory, Vitamin B, Alzheimer's


Brain Food

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: October 21, 2014

"Nuts and berries added to "trail Mix" makes you SMARTER", American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,

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Posted in: Healthy Snacks
Tags: memory, depression, snacks, diet


Memory-Essential Oils

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: July 17, 2014

Scientists find that sniffing Rosemary can increase memory by 75%!

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Posted in: boosting memory
Tags: memory, essential oils, studies


Working Memory

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: July 17, 2014

Working memory controls our ability to review our past, evaluate our current, and plan our future!

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Posted in: working memory
Tags: memory, college, working memory, planning, brain exercises


Reading/Studying

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: July 17, 2014

Read with a pen or pencil in hand...underline and make notes in the margin, and then you are also ready for all those other thoughts that suddenly occur to you!

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Posted in: Reading Comprehension
Tags: memory, reading, studying, college, school, taking notes


Sleep and Memory

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: July 17, 2014

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Posted in: Memory
Tags: memory, brain, sleep


Adult ADD/ADHD

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: May 29, 2014

If you have always had trouble remembering things, keeping organized, and controlling your impulses, you may have ADD. Adults can benefit from ADD/ADHD treatment!

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Posted in: Adult Treatment ADD ADHD
Tags: ADD, ADHD, memory, Adults, organization, impulses


Start a Hobby

By: Alisa Raney
Posted on: May 25, 2014

Start a hobby! "My recent study showed that older adults who spent 15 hours a week learning a new hobby for three months improved their memory--and the effect was maintained a year later!" Denise Park, Ph.D., Researcher.

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Posted in: Improving Memory
Tags: memory, brain, Alzheimers', Aging