Do Brain Games Really Work?
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The National Institute of Aging, along with researchers from Boston University School of Medicine conducted studies with patients suffering from Alzheimer’s disease to see if new information was better kept in their memory if it was set as lyrics to [...]Read More
When it comes to grocery shopping, we’ve all been faced in a situation where we can’t write down our list and have to leave it up to our memory on our shopping trip. But when faced with a list of [...]Read More
There are many different learning styles out there. You yourself may find that you do better at writing down material than you are listening to it, or perhaps you love getting down and dirty and find opportunities to dissect frogs [...]Read More
You may notice that many things you learned in school used acronyms to help you remember them. And chances are many of them you may still recall to this day. For example, you may have had to remember the five [...]Read More
Numbers are a part of our everyday life. Whether we’re talking about movie times, phone numbers, addresses and zip codes, or account numbers, we are bombarded with numerical information all day, every day. But sometimes, these numbers can be difficult [...]Read More
It has been proven over time that stress can cause lapses in memory, and can also cause you to become more forgetful and less accurate in your memory recall. Why is this? Because stress affects certain parts of your brains [...]Read More