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5 Ways To Memorize More & Faster
If you want to improve your memory, don’t buy any ‘memory pills’ or ‘memory courses.’ The latter can have a minimal impact, but ‘memory courses’ aren’t going to help you nearly as much as habits you can develop on your own, and developing those habits are free. The only thing you need to develop these habits is mindset. Actually, mindset is all you need to accomplish anything in this world.
That last statement isn’t to be taken literally. That’s a bunch of nonsense, but it is to be taken seriously. This is just an example, but let’s say you’re a male and you want to land a date with every attractive woman you see. In order to accomplish this, you need to talk to every woman you meet that you find attractive. Are they all going to say yes? Of course not. Even if you have everything a woman desires, some will say no. However, if you took that chance every single time and approached one woman per day for an entire month, you would probably end up with somewhere between 15-25 dates, depending on your game and timing.
It might seem as though we veered off-course, but that’s not the case at all. The objective was to establish the importance of mindset. Many men fear talking to women because they’re intimidated, but there should be no fear. Women want you to talk to them. It’s creepy if you just stare and don’t talk. If you’re rejected, you still made her feel good because you flattered her. It’s a win/win situation every time.
If you can get up the courage to approach women because of mindset, then you can absolutely learn how to memorize more and faster because of mindset. Below are five ways to accomplish this goal.
Sleep leads to memory consolidation, which means your short-term memory is strengthened and turned into long-term memory. Studies have shown as much as a 20% improvement in memory for people who get 7-9 hours of sleep.
Meditation has been proven to benefit all ages. Meditation increases the gray matter in your brain. The more gray matter you have in your brain, the better your memory will be.
You don’t need to be a world-class athlete to improve your memory, but you do need to avoid obesity, which can creep up on you. People with a higher Body Mass Index (weight-to-height ratio) have scored significantly weaker on memory tests. And obesity leads to insulin resistance and inflammation, which can have a negative impact on the brain.
In simpler terms, obesity greatly increases the likelihood of cognitive decline. When you exercise, you improve the growth and development of neurons, which leads to improved brain health.
4. Train Your Brain
Do crossword puzzles, word searches, and jigsaw puzzles. Reading a mystery novel is also good option because your brain is always working on trying to figure out a puzzle while you’re reading. Your brain is like any other muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it will be. If you ignore it, it will leave you.
5. Eat Blueberries, Strawberries, & Dark Chocolate
All three are high in antioxidants, which helps prevent memory loss.
Some other ways to improve your memory include reducing sugar intake and using fish oil supplements. In regards to reducing sugar intake, a study of 4,000 people by PubMed Central showed that higher intake of sugary beverages led to lower brain volumes and weaker memories.
Without looking, do you remember the first line in this article? No? That’s because you didn’t eat your strawberries.
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