4 Ways to Improve Your Memory

Wait, what was that again?

By: Noah Lehava


Question #1: What did you have for breakfast today?
Too easy? OK, then…

Question #2: What did you wear last Wednesday?
You had to really think about that one? Same.



Back when I was a teen, I could list the names of everyone in my senior class on command—not to mention recall the most trivial details. At least that’s how I remember it. Now, the more years and information my brain had to store, the more it fails me. You, too? In an attempt to ward off my lapsed memory and to clear my BF (brain fog), I scoured the internet—something I’ve gotten quite good at since my fading recall—to find out if there is any way I could improve it. Answer: There are four of them, and you don’t have to remember anything to make it happen.



The best and easiest way to strengthen your neurons—the connectors in your brain—is to get in more zs. If you do one thing, make it this.


If you don’t use it, you lose it...

...is the way the saying goes. It’s not a novel notion: Exercising your mind is the best way to keep it sharp. Get into beading or crafting, read, or get some other mind-challenging hobby.


Feed it

Your brain needs food just as much as the rest of your organs. Blueberries are rich in antioxidants that keep the brain from getting inflamed, and leafy greens are packed full of vitamin C and other phytonutrients that help keep memory loss at bay. Omega-3 and DHA-rich fish oils can also help your brain grow new neurons.



Take a few minutes to sit still and focus. We’re bombarded with so many stimulants that it’s hard to spotlight one thought. Daily exercises and controlled breathing will help you concentrate on one thing and one thing only.


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