Sunday, July 22, 2018

Helpful Techniques For Boosting Your Brain Memory

Helpful Techniques For Boosting Your Brain Memory

Reading and committing information to memory is one of the major things a student must do. But that is not enough, bringing back to mind that which has been committed to memory is the principal thing. If you have ever found yourself forgetting useful information at the very moment you needed them the most, then you might be considering the possibility of improving your brain memory. Fortunately there are several things that you can do to improve your memory.
So before going into that test hall or sitting for that important examination be sure to check up on the following techniques for improving memory which has been proven and tested.

1. Focus your mind

Focusing the mind still remains one of the important ways for improving brain memory. Each time you get distracted or permit your mind to wander, you will fail to form functional memories and will probably not be able to retrieve the information. The perpetual habit or practice of the phenomenon of focusing the mind has a way of greatly improving ones memory. It's just like weight lifting, the more weights you lift, the more strength you garnish to lift more. The same is true about focusing the mind, the more you focus your mind, the more you increase your ability to retain tons of information.

Organize a study time and create a distraction free environment. Get rid of the distractions. Turn off the music, television and focus your mind.

2. Study Regularly and avoid cramming

It has been proven by research that students who engages in regular study remember the material far better than those who copiously study in one row. In order for you to be able to adequately process any given piece of information, studying over a number of rows or session is mandatory.

3. Structure and organize

It is advantageous to note that information is organized in memory by clusters. So you can improve your memory by structuring and organizing the materials you are studying by grouping concepts which are similar together.

4. Visualize

You can develop an imaginary image of what you want to remember. Just like an icon on a desktop, the developed image could aid your memory about a particular concept or information. Since visualization is a big part of memory, tying up an image to something gives you a better chance of been able to bring back to mind information about that very thing.

5. Apply mnemonic

Mnemonic is a system that incorporates the use of patterns, ideas, or association which assists in remembering something. You could associate an information which you want to remember with a common item with which you are familiar. They can take the form of an acronym like ROYGBIV for the colours of the rainbow in which (R- Red, O- Orange, Y- Yellow, G- Green, B- Blue, I- Indigo, V- Violet). You could also come up with a rhyme or joke to aid you remember a piece of information.

6. Practice and Practice

Regular practice about a particular concept or idea has a way of creating patterns in the brain which makes memory recollection easy. An example of this approach is to read the definition of a particular key term, study the definition and then study in details about it. The next thing to do after this step is to repeat the process a few times more. You could also write what down what you have read over and over again. If this steps are properly taken, you will notice that your ability to call information back to mind becomes easy.

7. Read out

It has been proven by research that reading out to oneself also aids memory recollection. The key here is that two things happens when you read out. Firstly the mind reads what you are reading and secondly you voice out what the mind has read. So you copy back to mind what you have voiced out. This can greatly improve memory recollection.

8. Give attention to tedious information

Give extra attention to tedious information. Don't treat them like other information which are easy to recollect. You can commit tedious information to memory by practicing them over and over again.

9. Get some good sleep

Having some good amount of sleep can significantly enhance memory and improve performance of challenging new skills. Interestingly, it has been shown by a study that taking a nap after learning something new can help you learn faster and remember better. 

1 comment:

  1. Good information... Having a good memory will lead you to make things at the right time and also without fail. A strong memory will help you to perform well whatever you on.
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