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Easy Ways to Improve Your Memory

April 16, 2020

Easy Ways to Improve Your Memory

You don't have to live at the mercy of your forgetful or failing memory. Instead, you can take action to make your memory sharper. You can take many such actions, in fact, including these below.


Dietary Changes

 Some simple shifts in your diet, both adding certain things and removing others, can help tremendously to improve your memory. For starters, eat less sugar or more omega-3 fatty acids, such as oily fish or a fish oil supplement. In addition, eat fewer refined carbohydrates and drink less alcohol, which are both only one step up from sugar. Alcohol is additionally known to kill brain cells. 


 If you're low on vitamin D, make sure to include more natural sources of that in your diets, such as from organic, low-fat or non-fat milk, cheese, and yogurt. You can also take a vitamin D supplement. Eat more foods as well that help to combat inflammation, such as fruits and vegetables. Eating more of the antioxidants found naturally in such foods has frequently been associated with reductions in rates of memory loss and cognitive decline. 


 For dessert, allow yourself some cocoa, since it contains flavonoid antioxidants. They've been linked with blood vessel and neuron growth in the brain and increased blood flow into cerebral regions associated with memory. Cocoa, with at least 70% cacao content is best to make sure you get the most antioxidants.


Lifestyle Changes

 In addition to what you eat, how you live each day can have a huge impact on your memory, either for the better or worse. To push it toward the better side, practice mindfulness in everything you do. That means to stay present and focused on the activity in front of you. Do your best to keep your mind from wandering or succumbing to distractions. 


 Some other lifestyle shifts that can help with this are to get sufficient, deep, and restful sleep every night and to meditate. Both of these actions help to relax your body and mind, allowing you to concentrate, focus and access your thoughts and memories more quickly and easily. Sleep is, in fact, essential to maintaining a good memory. That's because during sleep is the time your brain consolidates your memories the most. Without this step in the process, short-term memories would never be able to become long-term memories. 


 Remember, as well, the powerful benefits that simple elements like the air you breathe and the water you drink provide to your brain. Keeping your brain fully and freshly oxygenated and hydrated are key to keeping it healthy and functioning strong. Adding exercise into your routine can also help to improve your memory. Physical fitness is an essential component of not just physical but mental wellness, too, as it helps your body to properly regulate its hormone balance to support physical energy and mental clarity. 


Brain Training

 When you're thinking about exercise, don't forget that your brain needs exercise as well. Just like with any other muscle of the body, if you don't use your brain, it will eventually stop working so well for you. Brain games, puzzles, reading books and articles, and learning new skills are all ways to keep your brain sharp. 



 Curcumin, found in turmeric root, is a type of polyphenol with both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. In addition to reducing inflammation and free radical damage from oxidative stress in the brain, curcumin lowers the number of amyloid plaques in the brain. Amyloid plaques build up on brain cell neurons and cause brain cells and tissues to die, in turn promoting memory loss.


 Erigeron breviscapus is a plant long-used in ancient Chinese medicine to support healthy brain and heart function. Popularly known today as lifeflower, breviscapus is a natural source of scutellarin, a flavone with an array of benefits including:

  • Antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Vascular relaxant
  • Anti-platelet
  • Anti-coagulant
  • Myocardial protectant


 Due to these qualities, it's been used to help treat myocardial infarction, diabetic complications, and stroke, all of which relate in some way to issues of blood flow to and from the heart and brain. By promoting healthy brain blood circulation, lifeflower breviscapus can heighten learning and memory. Farlong Pharmaceutical's Lifeflower Brevicscapine is an all-natural form of this powerful natural supplement for better memory.