Monthly Archives: November 2011

Boost Your Memory – Improve Your Life


There are no hidden tricks to boosting your memory. Every memory tip here is well known and proven to work. Just a few changes in your basic routine is all it will take to make a big difference – and a boost in your memory can also be a great pick-me-up for many areas of [...]

Boost Your Memory – Improve Your Life2016-10-22T09:07:51+00:00

Memory as a Personal Success Tool


Can you look up to someone who has seen you every weekday morning for five years and still can’t get your name right? How about the person who goes to meetings unprepared because he left his briefcase in the car? When you attend a business conference and the featured speaker is looking at his notes [...]

Memory as a Personal Success Tool2016-10-22T09:07:54+00:00

Amnesia Changes Memory – But Not Usually Other Brain Functions


People who get amnesia are unable to retrieve memory stored in their brains. Their brain has somehow become compromised, usually through injury or a traumatic experience. Ordinarily amnesiacs can function as normally as they did before, in all areas such as language and speech, processing information and even doing complex math. The exception is that [...]

Amnesia Changes Memory – But Not Usually Other Brain Functions2016-10-22T09:07:51+00:00

5 More Test-Taking Memory Tips


Taking tests is so stressful, and many people have a difficult time getting through them because they are putting so much pressure on themselves to do well. There are many who have memorized all the material and can recite it forward and backwards, but as soon as they enter the testing room everything they learned [...]

5 More Test-Taking Memory Tips2016-10-22T09:07:53+00:00

Depression and Short-Term Memory


Depression is a very misunderstood mental condition, and can have devastating effects on the victim and those around them, if gone untreated. Depressed people lose their ability to concentrate. They have difficulty remembering new information, and research has shown that depressed people only remember negative memories, which leads them to prolong their depression. It also [...]

Depression and Short-Term Memory2016-10-22T09:07:59+00:00

Diabetes and Other Metabolic Disorders Can Be Linked To Alzheimer’s


Okay, this one hits home. I was recently told I have Metabolic Syndrome.....Yikes.....I have had a cloudy head for months if not a year or more and maybe this is the answer. As a memory guy or memory speaker this is probably the worst condition to have and for the non memory guy not good [...]

Diabetes and Other Metabolic Disorders Can Be Linked To Alzheimer’s2016-10-22T09:07:39+00:00

Deep Electrical Stimulation Could Increase Brain Cells


An animal study published in the September 21st (2011) edition of the Journal of Neuroscience, has some positive results that could help in understanding how the brain processes memory, and could lead to development of treatment of neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s. Researchers at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) have found that stimulating a specific [...]

Deep Electrical Stimulation Could Increase Brain Cells2016-10-22T09:07:50+00:00

Amazing Value Found in Coconut Oil


Modern scientists are often skeptical of what they call “homeopathic” or old-fashioned medicine that has been practices by natives and older cultures for thousands of years. In recent years, however, they are beginning to see the value brought by some of these medicines and are actually beginning to take them seriously enough to do some [...]

Amazing Value Found in Coconut Oil2016-10-22T09:07:47+00:00