If you are slightly feeling like you are not able to remember short-term or even long-term things and it’s not related to Alzheimer’s disease there are some things you can do (even if it is alzheimer’s disease there are some things you can do as well).
Usually memory loss is because you are running on hyper-mode, too much information in, moving to fast, and also not getting enough sleep at night. The problem is centered around your personal computer, and not the one on your desktop, but the one between your ears.
There are plenty of things going on that will contribute to memory loss or lapse that you can begin to repair systematically. Let’s look in detail at some possible causes:
Stress, when you’re stressed, you’re probably worried or heavily concerned about something. Your mind is centered on that particular thing, and worry over one thing tends to have a snowball effect onto other things. Soon you’ll find yourself worried about ten different things, with no time to clearly recall things.
Getting depressed is another cause of memory loss or lapse that also probably began with stress.
Are you on any medications? Medications are chemicals and they can effect your mind is countless negative ways.
Metabolism issues are another possible cause of memory lapse or loss. Drink a lot of alcohol certainly will help impair your memory because primarily it impairs your conscious state to begin with.
History of head injuries or concussions can also have something to do with memory loss or lapse. So what can you do to bring images of your past or things you want to recall back to you?
There are chances you probably have a diet that is not conducive or helpful to retaining images in your mind from your past. Some of the simple ways to improve your memory is to simply slow things down and get better sleep. Give the body rest and nourishment it needs to perform better. Proper rest and sleep will do wonders for the mind and body.
Get good nutrients that will biologically help memory. Fish, fish oils, green leafy vegetables, avocado, seeds and nuts, berries, and resveratrol are all good for memory regain.
Sometimes you just need to sit back and clear your mind. Remember your brain is very selective and your brain is trying to protect you and help you so it will hide memories that negatively affected you, and will promote memories of good times.
Getting organized, staying socially active, and remaining mentally active are very good things to do to keep or increase memory. Sleeping well, eating well, exercising, and managing any health conditions you have naturally are all great ways to avoid memory loss or lapse.
You simply have to be intentional and deliberate with your memory. If you’re seeing some of your recollection skills departing, start with these tips, and do not think it will happen on its’ own, you have to be conscious and intentional with it.
Forgetting things is not fun, some forgetfulness can be costly, therefore you have to be deliberate and conscious of it and three things will help; better sleep, better awareness, and better foods.
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Due Daniels @duedaniels
(Writer is associated with Youngevity and is SEMD Youngevity Rep 100505006)
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