People often recommend a single recipe to increase memory. Make a habit of remembering as much as possible. But, sometimes, leaving everything, i.e., leaving a rote, calm down can also increase memory.
Try to reduce the light of your room. Just lie down and relax. Close your eyes and make yourself feel relaxed. By doing this you will often see that whatever you have tried to remember, you are well remembered.
Generally, it is said to improve memory, that at least in the short term we learn more things, learn, understand. But, staying in peace with ease for a while without any distraction, it can also speed up your memory. During this time your empty mind fills the memory of brains. You have to be happy to have your mind fixed for it so that they can recharge themselves.
Checking e-mails at leisure or exploring social media disrupts our mind. For some lazy student even if there is a scandal for doing nothing. But for those whose memory is weak, this recipe can be very effective. Inside all we have this ability that we can strengthen our memory by staying calm, sitting or lying down.
The first of the discovery was in 1900 by a German psychologist Jörg Elias Müller and his pupil,
When these people were asked for one and a half hours, the answers to the people of both groups were very different. Those who were brake were remembering half the words in the first list. At the same time, who were given the second list without brakes, they were only remembering 28 percent of the first list.
It is clear that our mind does not always remember new things. If we give him some rest between remembering two things, then our memory can be better. After the experiments of these two scientists, there have been other such research for nearly a century.
Both of these teams wanted to know whether our brain can remember more things when given a break. Both teams have tried the method of Mueller and Pilfiser. He gave 15 words to the people in his research and ten minutes later asked him again about those words. During this time some people got a break, but some were kept in other research.
Those who got a small piece of comfort remembered the words up to 49 percent of the list. While remembering just 14 percent words without speaking the word of comfort. Under this research, a story was told to two groups of people. Some of these were given an hour break. At the same time, some people were not rested Those who were not rested, could answer only 7 percent of the questions related to the story. That is, they forgot 93 percent of the story. At the same time, those who got the opportunity to relax gave the correct answers to the 79 percent of the questions related to the story.
That means the memory increased by 11 times due to comfort!
Mykela DeWar says that during rest, we should not disturb the mind of our brains. Otherwise, it can have a bad effect on memory. Do not use mobile-laptops during this time. Do not watch TV. Try not to worry about anything in mind.
However, it is not clear whether the brain saves memories. But research shows that after some things have been recorded in the brain, they pass through different phases. During this time, that memory gets strengthened.
Earlier we believed that our brain usually saves memories while sleeping. During this, our brain’s hippocampus and cortex parts interact with each other. In our hippocampus part of our brain, memory is formed. Here, the cortex part keeps them decorated.
Perhaps this is the reason that we remember the things that we know in the night. But in 2010, New York University’s Leela Dagachi discovered in, research that this feature of remembering is not achieved only during sleep. If we pass away beyond sleep, then our memory is strong.
Leila has given some people some pictures and shapes to let them rest for a while. Then those pictures were asked to remember again. During this rest, the people involved in the research were seen to have dialogue between the brain and the hippacampus and the cortex.
Perhaps our brain uses every moment of relaxation to strengthen memory. Any disturbance during this period weakens our memory. This recipe can also help people with Alzheimer’s and seizures.
Some psychologists are very excited about
Although Horner believes that ‘we can not decide how many breaks will make our memory brighter. But we can help a lot of people with Alzheimer’s disease by giving them a relaxing time.
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