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3 Ways To Improve Your Memory

We’ve all had difficulty remembering things. Trace looks at three things you’d never guess may actually help improve your memory.

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“Clench Your Fist to Get a Grip on Memory”

“To most, a clenched fist indicates anger. But a new study suggests that clenching your fist can help form memories and recall them later.”

Clenching Fists ‘Can Improve Memory’

“Memory can be improved simply by clenching the fists, a study suggests.”

Chewing Gum Improves Memory

“Chewing gum can improve memory, say UK psychologists.”

Gum Helps You Think

“Need to concentrate? Pop a stick of gum into your mouth.”

Sniffing Rosemary Improves Memory

“A key to improving memory may lie in a common herb — rosemary.”

Top 10 Ways to Improve Your Memory

“The human brai­n is like a library that stock­s memories instead of books.”

Human Emotion and Memory: Interactions of the Amygdala and Hippocampal Complex

“The amygdala and hippocampal complex, two medial temporal lobe structures, are linked to two independent memory systems, each with unique characteristic functions.”

The Hippocampus Plays an Important Role In Memory

“The hippocampus is a horse-shoe shaped area of the brain that plays an important role in consolidating information from short-term memory into long-term memory.”

Partial Recall: Why Memory Fades with Age

“Study finds that the disruption of white matter conduits in the aging brain keeps its regions from communicating effectively.”

Forgotten Knowledge: How Memory Works, and to Improve Yours (Infographic)

“Just in case you forgot, our memories are an integral part of our lives and experiences, and enrich our existence.”


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