Sunday, March 25, 2012

Boost up memory power to succeed

As Jeremy Irons quotes “We all have our time machines. Some take us back, they're called memories. Some take us forward; they're called dreams.” So memorize the path of success to turn dreams into reality.

Boost up your memory to boost up your performance in your exams. Even though you work hard day in and day out you may not get expected results due to poor memory power. Don’t forget that you need to remember a huge amount of data to answer and to score well. While starting or during preparations you should follow the following guidelines to make your efforts more productive and more result oriented.
  1. Give regular physical exercise to increase oxygen supply to your brain that keeps your brain cells fluorish.
  2. Get sufficient sound sleep to consolidate memory activity in brain centers.
  3. Don’t be a bookworm forever. Hang out with your good friends and relatives, making and listening jokes, etc to relax your brain centers and to give a space for memory retention there. People with the most active social lives have the highest rate of memory retention.
  4. Give a chunk of your valuable time to exercise your brain by exposing it to analytical, creative, imagining and thinking tasks.
  5. Don’t put much stress upon your brain but instead cool it down and sharpen by doing meditation.
  6. Take a plenty of brain super foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains.
  7. Don’t forget to have these vitamins in your diet like beta-carotene (vitamin A), thiamine (viamin B), ascorbic acid (vitamin C), tocopherol (Vitamin E) and folic acid. And, if required give multivitamin supplement to your body on your doctor’s advice.
  8. Take glucose supplement especially during the days of examinations.
  9. Always have brain boosters that are anti-oxidants like anthocyanins, deep red and purple pigments.
  10. Take more omega-3 fatty acids (fish) and less saturated fatty acids (red meat, butter, cheese, ghee, ice cream)
  11. So try to have these items in your regular diet: milk, leafy green vegetables (spinach), vegetables (peas, beans, and carrot), fruits (banana, mango, papaya, watermelon) and honey and a plenty of water.
So Warren Cuccurullo quotes, “I'm a product of good nutrition, cutting edge supplementation and hard training, and I'm an old guy.”

9 comments:

  1. nice and practical. wish all students, parents and ednl institutions follow the recommendations

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    1. you exactly pin-pointed the components of realization

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  2. i already have a lot .but this is really nice

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  3. really these are the ingredients of the boost bottle to improve performance in exams hoe such topics in coming blogs

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  4. a rare blog for students hope some more to be published thnx

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