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3. Vocabulary

3. Vocabulary

Research shows that many more regions of the brain are involved in vocabulary tasks. To test this theory, try this cognitive-boosting activity:

  • Keep a notebook with you when you read.
  • Write down one unfamiliar word, then look up the definition.
  • Try to use that word five times the next day.

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4. Meditate

Daily meditation can calm your body, slow your breathing, and reduce stress and anxiety.

But did you know that it may also help fine-tune your memory and increase your brain’s ability to process information

Find a quiet spot, close your eyes, and spend five minutes meditating each day.

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5. Bilingualism

According to numerous studies, bilingualism can contribute to better memory, improved visual-spatial skills, and higher levels of creativity.

The good news is that it’s never too late to reap the rewards of learning a new language. According to researchers, you can boost your memory and improve other mental functions by becoming a student of a new language at any time in your life.

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1. Apps That Help
  1. Lumosity
  2. Neuro nation
  3. Dakim
  4. Clever mind
  5. Fit brains trainer
  6. Elevated
  7. Brain metrix
  8. Eidetic

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2. Cards!

On mentally stimulating activities for adults, say a quick card game can lead to greater brain volume in several regions of the brain. The same study also found that a game of cards could improve memory and thinking skills.

Try learning one of these tried-and-true card games:

  • solitaire
  • bridge
  • gin rummy
  • poker
  • hearts
  • crazy eights

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How to Improve Memory and Concentration?
  • Try abbreviations and acronyms

If you constantly have trouble in memorizing something while studying try using mnemonic devices such as abbreviations and acronyms.

  • Stay organized

Staying organized is another important habit you should adopt if you wish to improve memory and concentration. For this, checklists on a book or a notepad can be considered as an excellent tool.

  • Practice repetition and retrieving

Whenever you learn something, practice repetition and retrieving. When you repeat, read out loud and write it down, the connection you create between the neurons becomes stronger.

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• Fatty Fish Salmon (Omega3 fatty acids) 🐟

• Olive Oil⚗️

• Avocado's 🥑

• Dark Leafy Greans🥬

• Cinnamon🍜

• Turmeric🍠

• Coffee☕

• Blueberries🍇

• Broccoli🥦

• Pumpkin seeds

• Dark chocolate🍫

• Nuts🥜

• Oranges🍊

• Eggs 🥚

• Green tea 🍵

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Tai Chi

Tai chi is a traditional Chinese form of exercise based in martial arts that involves slow movements and deep breaths. 

Tai chi brings many physical and emotional benefits like decreased anxiety and depression and improvements in cognition and chronic disease management.

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