A Memory Is A Terrible Thing To Waste
What would we be without our memory? We may not think about it much, but lost of memory can completely cut you off from everyday life. If we can't remember anything then realistically nothing would really matter. How would we learn? More importantly how would we grow? There would be absolutely no progress without the ability to memorize. All to often many of us advantage of this complex gift, and for the unlucky the gift is sometimes revoked. We should all appreciate this craft that has been given to us, and utilize its power to the fullest. A good memory is a terrible thing to waste. There are many things that one can do to methodically improve your memory which include: physical exercise, consuming super foods, and regular mental exercise.
Physical exercise not only exercises the body, but also exercises the brain. Recent studies have shown that physical exercise is just as important as mental exercise when it comes to memory development. Physical exercise stimulates the production of an important protein that is known to assist in the process of breaking down, forming, and changing inner neural connections in the brain. You can think of neural connections as a complex system that plays a big role in the development and retention of the memories. Physical exercise is also a natural way to eliminate stress, which can also affect memory. When you get stressed the body forces out stress hormones into the bloodstream. These stress hormones are responsible for memory loss and also cognitive functions. Stress directly affects the hippocampus, which is the main area of the brain that is responsible for information recall, short-term memory, and long-term memory.
The lack of exercise makes you more susceptible to diseases and disorders associated with memory lost. Obesity is a common disease that has the potential to devastate your brains natural ability to function properly. Obesity is often linked to heart attacks, but...