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Brain Games, Exercise, Study and Chemistry

What a mixture of terms in today’s title! We have an eclectic combination of recent articles ranging from the highly scientific to the down to earth and practical, a combination that we try to maintain here on “Memory Improvement Tips”. The practical bits are helpful immediately, but it’s also valuable to know what might be […]

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Memory? Or Heart? Which do you put first?

A very short post today to highlight a report by Scientific American of a study that suggests that “Elderly with Heart Risk Factors May Be More Dementia-Proof” A lot of things that are bad for your heart can also hurt your brain. High cholesterol, for example, contributes to heart disease. And it ups your risk […]

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Memory Improvement News – Green Tea, Cocoa and Doubts About Ginkgo

Here are two recent items of news on the “memory improvement” front. Chinese and Italian researchers have been studying the effects of two very different drinks on people’s memories – green tea and cocoa. For a long time there have been claims that green tea was good for the brain, and now a research team […]

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Music is Tonic for Memory and Mental Abilities

Music is Tonic for Memory and Mental Abilities “A range of cognitive benefits, including memory, was sustained for musicians between the ages of 60-80 if they played for at least 10 years throughout their life, confirming that maintenance of advantages is not reliant on continued activiRead more on this topic »

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Myalgic EncephaloMyelitisME Factfile

Myalgic EncephaloMyelitis factfile Symptoms vary but may also include muscle and joint pain, sleep disturbance, headaches, dizziness and problems with memory and concentration. It may be diagnosed as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) or post viral fatigue syndrome (PVFS). ….. Read more on this story Also here Our "News Items" section is designed to supply up […]

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Teenage Memory – The Reminiscence Bump

This is one of our “News Item” pages Teenage memory – the reminiscence bump Psychologist Dr. Steve Janssen said that more memories are accumulated between the ages of 10 and 20 than at any other time of life. Dr. Janssen has been studying the phenomenon, which is known as the reminiscence bump, as part of […]

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Memory and Concentration problem

This is a “News Item” page Memory & Concentration problem I have lost 3 family members within 3 years, my life has change so much that I sometimes suffer from memory loss and concentration, there are alot of things I …See all stories on this topic » The Souvenaid memory drink: What Alzheimer's experts say […]

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There’s something fishy about this elixir

There's something fishy about this elixir Produced in vanilla and strawberry flavours and expected to cost no more than a cappuccino, the memory elixir Souvenaid is thought to work by boosting brain nerve cell connections (synapses) in those who are losing them. An emerging theory See all stories on this topic » A Month of […]

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Exercise protects the brain from ageing

Exercise protects the brain from ageing Those in the exercise group showed improvement on a memory task and tests gauging their ability to use language compared to those in the education group, although both groups showed memory improvements, the researchers said. Exercise and thSee all stories on this topic » Nail Polish, Hairspray Linked to […]

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Interesting Sleep And Memory News

Sleep 7 hours a night to prevent brain from ageing London: Sleeping for seven hours a night can prevent your brain from ageing by an extra two years, according to a new research. American researchers found that older women who slept for seven hours a See all stories on this topic » Seven hours of […]

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