A strong memory depends on the health and your brain. Whatever you doing you must have a sharp memory. Physical exercise increases oxygen to your brain exercise may also enhance the effects of helpful brain chemicals and protect brain cells.
Brain games reinforce or create new neural pathways within your brain with repetition, strategically chosen visuals and sounds. Enhancing memory is a by product of these stimulating games. To remember something is no longer a chore but represents victory.
I have been using Lumosity (lumosity.com) for a few months. It's a great tool. Lots of games and tests 5 different parts of how the brain functions. It tracks scores so you can see your progress or lack thereof.
I've had multiple concussions. I used to be stellar at math/problem solving and now those are my weakest traits. Unfortunately, I have plateaued and am not getting any better at it.
I highly recommend Lumosity. Try it. You get one month free. Only 5 games per day and it takes me 10-15 minutes to do them. I can then do more games if I want but my brain gets tired so I usually just do the 5 each day.
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