Tired of Forgetting Stuff? Neuroscience Says 4 Habits Will Drastically Improve Your Memory and Brain Function

INC. – The harsh reality is that we’re not getting any younger, and with aging comes consequences, like losing your mental acuity. Ever forget the names of people or places, or even what you had for lunch yesterday?

The good news is that memory can be improved through brain habits that can catapult your memory power and give you a competitive edge. For example:

Get regular exercise

Physical activity can make your brain and mental health better. According to research, engaging in regular physical activity increases the size of the hippocampus, a key brain region responsible for memory formation.

Exercise also enhances blood flow to the brain, promoting the growth of new neurons and enhancing synaptic connections. By making exercise a priority, you can boost your memory and sharpen your focus during a busy and productive day.

Eat healthily

Substantially increasing the chances that your brain will be staying sharp and functioning at a high level may have everything to do with what you put in your body.

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According to an article published in Better Nutrition, a regular diet of fish and vegetables can actually “slow down cognitive decline by the equivalent of up to 19 years.”

One study that followed 27,860 people in 40 countries for five years found that people with the healthiest diets were 24 percent less likely to have cognitive decline than people with the least healthy diets.

If you want to protect your brain against memory loss so you’re super sharp every day for years to come, experts recommend feeding your brain blueberries, coconut oil, spinach, and lean beef …



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