How to Exercise Your Memory
If you think that you can get smarter if you use your brains more often, you are partially correct. While exercising your memory or “using your brain” more often does not boost your IQ, it can help improve your memory. And a good solid memory is the cornerstone of mental intelligence and creativity.
In a report by the Daily Telegraph, performing a mental exercise twice a day could help delay the rapid memory loss associated with dementia for more than a year, It said that a study of nearly 500 people aged 75 to 85 years looked at how often they did crosswords or puzzles, or just read, wrote or played card games...Read More