Category: Improve memory

calcium mineral

Calcium: The Body’s Most Abundant Mineral

Calcium is by far is the most abundant mineral in the system. The body of the person weighting 70 kilos contains about 1.3 kilos of calcium. Of this quantity, close to 99% is found in the bones. Calcium is essential for: The development, growth and strength of the bone structure; The permeability of the cellular membranes;...

family

Memories from the early childhood- Why do they fade away? Is it possible to keep them vivid?

Ever since a child is born, the parents do their best to create for him/her life experiences as pleasant as possible. But how much will the child remember over the years? It is a true fact that most adults cannot remember things that happened in their early childhood.  We do not have memories for the first...

brain training

Memory Food: The Many Ways to Protect Your Brain

Some believe the jury is still out on the merits of memory food, all the preventative measures seniors can use to protect their brains from the ravages of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Fortunately, recent evidence is proving otherwise. So, what’s changed? Instead of viewing these strategies from a “move it or lose it” perspective, scientists have found...

boost your memory

Boost your memory with dietary substances

Memory Boosting Substances The human brain weighs about 1.5 Kg, which is almost 2% of the weight of on average man, but it consumes 20 % of the daily calorie intake, so for its optimal functioning it is necessary to provide a healthy and nutritious diet, rich in choline. For an excellent memory, you should boost...

Tips for Efficient Learning

Tips for Efficient Learning

One of the first psychologists who studied the phenomenon of forgetting was Hermann Ebbinghaus (1850-1909), a German psychologist who developed the Forgetting Curve theory. According to this theory, an important part of what a person learns is forgotten within 20 minutes of the initial learning. Within one hour, a person forgets nearly half of what was...

short term memory

Types of Memory: Sensory Memory, Short-term Memory (STM) or “Working Memory”, Long-term Memory (LTM)

Sensory Memory Have you ever drawn in the dark bright lines or figures by moving fast, in the air, a sparkler? Most probably you will give a positive answer, but you will be actually lying. Lines of light, drawn with sparklers, do not exist. You could see figures and lines, but you “saw” them with the...

5 simple changes in your actual life than can do your life better

1. Healthy breakfast: eat cottage cheese, is a nutritious food for breakfast, unsaturated fat, and besides hungry, it is also very delicious, so one serving 2-300 grams at breakfast will keep your hungry away enough until noon! And in addition, it contains a protein called slow-release casein, which helps both in bone mass and in muscle...