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It may put you in embarrassing situations ... How to strengthen

  • Everyone passes moments in which he feels as if he is out of time given that he has forgotten some events or situations, especially if he is always preoccupied and his life is full of things that burden him. This may be normal sometimes and may be caused by some accidental things, but at other times it is an indication of your poor memory. Genetics plays a major role in memory loss and impairment, and research and studies have proven that Alzheimer's disease is often hereditary. Meanwhile, research has shown that diet and lifestyle have a major effect on memory as well. In the following we offer you several methods to follow in order to strengthen your memory and enhance your ability to remember .. Eating foods that do not contain a large amount of sugar Eating foods rich in sugar causes many chronic health problems, including cognitive decline and weak memory over time . Research has shown that a diet full of sugar can lead to poor memory and impaired brain capabilities, especially the region that stores short-term memory. One study of more than 4,000 people found that those who consumed large amounts of sugary and soda-filled drinks had short-term memory impairment compared to people who consumed less sugar. Make sure that reducing sugar not only helps you improve memory, but also improves your overall health. Set aside time for meditation, which will positively affect your health. It is relaxing, calms the nerves, reduces tension and relieves pain, reduces blood pressure and improves memory. Studies have shown that meditation enhances the brain’s ability to remember, especially since meditation and relaxation techniques help improve memory in the short term in people of all ages from the twenties to the elderly. Having a healthy body Maintaining a healthy weight is important, and having a balanced body is essential to keeping your mind in good shape. Several studies have shown that obesity poses a major risk to memory and cognitive awareness. According to studies, obesity causes a major change in the memory-related genes in the brain, which adversely affects them. And obesity can lead to a decrease in insulin and many infections, which negatively affect memory. A study of about 50 people between the ages of 18 and 35 found that weight was closely related to memory and memory capacity, and was often associated with Alzheimer's. Add some cocoa to your diet. Cocoa is not only delicious, but also nutritious, as it provides a strong dose of antioxidants called flavonoids. Research indicates that flavonoids have a beneficial effect on the brain, as they help stimulate the growth of blood vessels and nerve cells, and increase blood flow in Certain parts of the brain, especially those involved in memory. According to a study of 30 people, those who eat dark chocolate that contains 720 milligrams of flavonoids have a better memory.