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How I Cope With My Fear Of Memory Loss
Ph.D. Linguist and lexicographer with 35 published titles. Blo...
When do we start fearing that our brain may cease to be? After 50, for sure. Before that we chuck our slips of memory, or forgetfulness, up to goodness-know-what. But when we turn 50 we start worrying.
My Muddled Memory
Writer of the Wry®
"Huh? That tune's gotta be something from Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon." Another couple of notes can bring me to an
Brain Fitness Tips to Improve Attention and Memory in 2016
CEO & Co-founder of SharpBrains.com
Focusing attention is effortful. And as we age it often gets harder and harder to concentrate. But focusing our attention on the task at hand is key for better memory performance... so what can we do to improve concentration AND memory?
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No, Champagne Won't Improve Your Memory (But These 7 Things Will)
How To Remember Things Like A 20-Year-Old
By AARP Life Reimagined, AARP Life Reimagined
Who hasn’t lost track of someone’s name or spaced an appointment, blaming it on a midlife memory lapse? This can be scary
Musicians Have Major Advantage When It Comes To Long-Term Memory
As established in previous research, the musicians scored higher than a control group of non-musicians on the working memory
The Surprising Health Benefit Of Alcohol For Older Adults
, Guest Writer
Researchers from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, University of Kentucky, and University of Maryland
7 Tips for Remembering Someone's Name
Etiquette Expert and Modern Manners Authority; Owner, The Prot...
Not everyone is equipped with the ability to remember someone's name; however, remembering another person's name, when being introduced or reconnecting, can make a tremendous impact.
Sanjay Gupta Shares 4 Ways To Strengthen Your Memory
Like Us On Facebook | Follow Us On Twitter When I was younger, I had little trouble rattling off lots of information—phone
4 Commonly Asked Questions About Starting a Meditation Practice
Eden Koz (Kozlowski)
Meditation isn't a one-size-fits-all kinda thing. I always recommend that you start somewhat loose. Commit without overcommitting or feeling like to you have to force it.
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7 Tricks To Improve Your Memory
Technique #6: Use Mnemonic Devices These are basically memory tools that give meaning and organization to a random group
CULTURE & ARTS
ADF 2: The Cognitive Scientist in Residence - Dance and Memory
National Endowment for the Arts 2007 Literature Fellow
"I'm interested in how the mind works," Dr. Ruth Day says. She has the enviable title of ADF Cognitive Scientist in Residence -- which makes her, so far as she knows, the only cognitive scientist in residence at any dance festival.
The Worried Well: Five Ways To Sharpen Your Memory
Lori Nisson, MSW, LCSW
Director of Family and Community Services at Banner Alzheimer'...
Most middle and older adults are aware that they can no longer multitask as they did in their younger years. Aging brains are less efficient than in years past; and therefore most memory-related complaints are for recent or short-term memory vs. older memories.
Cure Boredom With These 7 Scientific Solutions
7 scientific solutions to try
Improve Your Memory In 6 Easy Steps
By Emma Haak Try these six no-fail strategies to keep your powers of recall sharp.
Strength Training For Your Brain
By Jeanette Leardi for YouBeauty Eat Right: Healthy fats insulate your neurons’ connecting wires (in fact, your brain is
Memory Research: New Study Outlines How To Delay Cognitive Decline
Do you feel that aging is starting to have a negative impact on your memory? You could resolve such issues with increased
Get Your Head in the Game
Fitness Director Life Time Fitness
A good portion of my day is spent talking with women my age. More often than not, we are reaching for the title of that book we loved or fumbling for the name of that actor who co-starred in that movie with what's-her-face.
Teenage Dreams and Mid-life Memories: How Your Brain Gets Smarter With Age
Founder, The Connectome
you don't need any "miracle" supplements or expensive brain-training games to keep your mind sharp. All it takes is a set of healthy habits.
How to Memorize a Deck of Cards in 43 Seconds
Author of 'The 4-Hour Workweek'
To become a Grand Master of Memory -- fewer than 100 in the world can claim that title -- you need to satisfy each of the following in competitions approved by the World Memory Sport Council.
Memory Loss Causes: Why Is It Harder To Learn New Things As We Age?
You may not have trouble remember the name of your fifth-grade teacher or childhood best friend’s home address, but do you
Memory Loss: Improve Your Memory Immediately With A Better Diet
Yogurt -- rich in vitamin B12 -- is one of the best foods to eat to combat age-related memory loss. Study participants who
Marilu Henner On 'Total Memory Makeover'
Contributing editor and writer at large, Huff/Post50
Marilu Henner, who many remember as the character Elaine on the sitcom "Taxi," is the author of
Total Memory Makeover: Uncover Your Past, Take Charge of Your Future.
She is one of only 12 documented cases of Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, or HSAM.
Foods To Boost Your Brain
Just like the right diet can help prevent heart disease, high blood pressure, or cancer, health experts are finding that certain foods may boost your mind. Stay on top of your mental ball game with these foods.
Keeping The Aging Brain Healthy
The next time you nag your children or grandchildren to turn off that pesky video game and resume their homework, pick up
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