Friday, mars 10, 2000
How to boost your memory:
Remember a list with a mnemonic using
the first letter of each item.
If you keep losing something, such as
your keys or glasses, form a
mental picture of where they are when you put them down.
Memorise a poem, or learn one new fact
Smell is closely linked with memory so
learn a fact while smelling a
particular scent. Aromatherapy oils can help: coriander and
improved memory; lemon for concentration; ginger to overcome
Foods rich in thiamine (vit B1) can help.
Eat lots of brown rice,
wheatgerm, wholegrain bread, cereals and brewer's yeast, as
well as minerals
potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron & zinc.
Eat fish. It contains phosphatidylcholine
which helps memory.
Eat more garlic, and take ginkgo biloba
which improves bloodflow in
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