Improve Adult Memory

Improve Adults Memory

To talk about how to improve Adult memory; we must talk about Cognitive skills, also known as “brain skills,” are the fundamental tools the brain uses to perform mental tasks, including learning, reading, remembering, and paying attention.

Memory is the ability to recover information about past events or knowledge. It is divided into short- term (working) memory and long-term.

Short-Term Memory; the ability to store and recall small amounts of information about the current situation.

Long-Term Memory ; the ability to recall information when needed that was stored in the past.

Weakness in memory could lead to inefficiency at work and awkward or uncomfortable social situations

Symptoms of memory difficulties

  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Forgetting names or faces
  • Difficulty recalling information
  • Misplacing keys, or other important and daily items.
  • Difficulty following directions

How to deal with memory weakness issues

Cognitive skills training improve adult memory by attacking  the root causes of memory struggles by strengthening weak cognitive skills, especially short-term and long- term memory. The training consists of intense exercises and activities that increase the number and strength of connections between brain cells, leading to strengthening the memory

Formation and recall of memories is a complicated process, and apart from brain training certain activities such as trivia, crosswords and memory games are all beneficial. Other factors that can help maintain memory are;

Exercise, it has been found to reduce brain cell loss.

Getting the proper amount of sleep is known to optimize mental functioning.

Proper nutrition includes complex carbohydrates, fiber, and “good” fats to help maintain glucose levels in the brain.

Wearing helmets when riding bicycles, motorcycles, mopeds, horses, etc., and when playing contact sports like football or rugby.

If you’re experiencing unusual and severe lapses in memory, a professional neurological exam could be a good idea to rule out Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder, dementia, Alzheimer’s, or brain damage

Contact us Today 04 32 75 075/ info@thebrainworkshop.com to schedule an assessment or get more information

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