A research suggests that exercising your brain from childhood through old age is important for brain health in old age. It found that people who participated in mentally stimulating activities until late in life had a slower rate of decline in memory compared to those who did not participate in such activities across their lifetime.
“Based on this, we shouldn’t underestimate the effects of everyday activities, such as reading and writing, on our children, ourselves and our parents or grandparents,” said Robert S. Wilson, PhD, Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
This result should motivate everybody to keep reading, writing and learning in every possible way.
There are numerous books out there teaching about memory. One of the best is William Frost’s book:
Memory Training: Train your brain to improve your memory
- Author: William Frost
- Publication Date: November 15, 2016
- File size: 1832 KB
- Print length: 45 pages
William Frost has been studying tips, tricks, and techniques on how to improve himself for many years. Everyday if he’s not taking in self-development material from either books, seminars, interviews, videos, or podcast he is writing about it. He always only learns from the best of the best and loves what he does. Frost does not think of himself as a writer but rather someone here to change people’s lives for the better.
These powerful training techniques have me stunned! I’ve heard that your mind can learn anything and this book really shows you step by step on how to do just that by training your memory! Very interesting topics showing you that you learn to retain things differently if you are a visual learner, learn things more by listening (audio learner) or if you are a kinesthetic learner. It shows you things to do while you are learning based off of what type of learner you are and how you like to be taught!
This book is very helpful in improving your memory. This book has proven steps and strategies on how to improve our memory in the most efficient and effective ways possible. This is really a nice guide equipped with ways to apply the knowledge learned form this book.
This book had good information in condensed format. It had things I hadn’t known about such as the “method of Loci” invented by the Ancient greeks.