Inexpensive Ways to Improve Memory

Inexpensive Ways to Improve Memory

April 14, 2012  |  Memory Techniques

If you want to improve your memory, there are both expensive and inexpensive ways of doing so. In this article, we’ll discuss cost effective ways to improve your memory. If you think that the most effective ways to improve your memory skills are through engaging in expensive memory enhancement courses, better think again. A strong memory made up of the combination of mental preparation and training, proper exercise, meditation or other stress-reducing techniques, and substantive reading. Whether you are a professional who is preparing for a product presentation or seminar, or a simple student who desires higher grades, memory enhancement is one skill that could help you get ahead.

Research studies show that the human brain continually adapts even during old age. The human mind, though complex, is so powerful that once you put your effort and commitment in developing it, further improvement will be a piece of cake. Naturally, you need to do your part to improve. You can never reach a goal unless you are willing to make that vital decision to do your best and follow through with personal commitment. And while everything nowadays seems to be money-oriented, don’t settle for cheaper products that don’t deliver the results you need. That said, it is possible to find quality, affordable memory enhancement software like Ultimate Memory, as well as other online memory courses or software packages.

If you’re reluctant to purchase software without doing some research first, take a look at these inexpensive ways to improve your memory:

Sleep well. Help sharpen your mind through proper rest. Make sure that you do not push yourself too much, and as much as possible set particular patterns or schedules for sleeping. Rest time is necessary to keep the mind and body healthy. Sleep, though very basic, is a prime concern if you want to enhance your memory skills.

Be joyful. Laughter is truly the best medicine and while this old saying sounds too familiar to be true, once you try it you’ll be convinced. Studies reveal that laughter affects multiple brain regions, compared to other types of emotional responses. The state of being happy enriches your mind as it activates the creative and learning centers of the brain.

Avoid stressful activities. It is very easy to become overwhelmed by the by people, happenings or events in your life. A person’s emotions are complex and it is very hard to draw the line between the acceptable and the problematic. When stress sets in, you will find that you have the tendency to lose focus easily and in turn, your ability to remember and comprehend is affected.

About the author

ABDERISAK ADAM is an author, blog writer and a PhD candidate in the institution of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology. He is also the owner and webmaster of, a website dedicated to the discussion of study techniques in the context of higher education. Adam is the author of a number of publications including 'The Study Guide PRO'. You can connect with him through Google+, Linkedin or by submitting a form.

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