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How do you improve your memory?

If you are simply staying in the quietness of your mind, “How Do You Improve Memory?” You are one of those fortunate persons who have linked to this Powerurmind program seeking a wealth of knowledge, cutting edge methods & strategies and tips to enhance concentration & increase memory. You are about to discover the secret to release your undiscovered super memory to learn anything you wish- books, workshops, courses, give speeches without notes and develop strong observation power. It doesn’t matter whether you are just 14 years old or 90 …. Man or woman …..No matter what your education level is today. It makes no difference how badly you did at school as a child or how difficult for you to concentrate or how poor your memory may be ….. We believe you have a memory ten to twenty times more powerful what you realize today!

The memory power of the brain is it’s built in ability to receive particular information simultaneously through all the senses of our body and store it in a systematic manner by forming a kind of mental catalogue so as to make the remembering process 100 times more efficient.

Can we develop memory power?

First and foremost we’re conscience, aware and understand the frustration and discomfort of being forgetful. "The problem with us is not the capacity of the brain but our inability to manage that limitless capacity." It is not your fault being exposed to traditional methods of learning and memorization that do not work. The myths and falsehoods about memory improvement have led many down long lost dreary roads, stumbling into pits and getting stuck. It is not a miracle; you can develop your brain memory power to everyone’s surprise. You can accomplish this without spending more than 30 minutes of your time a day, and just to be clear we do not mean 30 minutes of torture where you are trying to cram new information and tedious methods using Mnemonics, Visual image, Acrostic or (sentence), Acronym, Rhymes and alliteration, Chunking and Method of loci. In fact these methods do work but when we have low brain memory power, we find it difficult to visualize or create rhymes or link words in a story to remember. You finding it tedious get discouraged and quit. In fact, we all are born with excellent brain memory power but only a few realize it and still fewer are able to use it.

Human Memory System

Memory has been variously characterized as "a process of information retention in which our experiences are archived and gets recovered when we recall them." Information when received forms "enhanced patterns of neuronal interconnections which are subject to continual change"; and information gets stored as "multi-modal networks of neurons in the brain.” How does memory work? Is it possible to improve your memory? In order to answer these questions, one must look at the different types of memory and how memory is stored in the brain. Memory is the mental process of retaining and recalling information or experiences. It is the process of taking events, or facts and storing them in the brain for later use.

There are three types of memory:

  • Sensory memory
  • Short-term memory
  • Long-term memory

Sensory memories

Sensory memories: are momentary recordings of information in our sensory systems, these get evoked through a person's five senses: sight, smell, sound, taste, and touch. Although sensory memory is very brief, different sensory memories last for different periods of time. Iconic memory is visual sensory memory and it lasts for less than a second. Echoic memory is auditory sensory memory and it lasts for less than 4 seconds. For example, if a person smells something. Olfactory is the memory of smell. The olfactory tract in the nose sends signals to certain parts of the brain called the limbic system. This system helps store the memory of the smell in the brain so that when the person smells the same thing again, he or she will remember it.

Short term memory

Short term memory: (also called working memory) is the recording of information that is currently being used. However, short term memory only lasts about twenty seconds. George Miller (psychology professor and cognitive pioneer, Princeton NJ) who calculated the human memory span found that it can contain seven items (any letter, word, digit, or number) of information at any given point of time. Short-term memory includes immediate memory and working memory. Such memory is fragile. Immediate memory acts as a temporary site where input is briefly stored for few seconds until the brain decides whether to erase the memory as unimportant or to process the memory. The triaging of memories is primarily unconscious. If you retained every phone number you called, every dish you ordered in a restaurant, and the subject of every advertisement you watched on TV, your brain would soon read “disk full”. This is the reason why usually short term memory lasts for few seconds. Working memory is the place where conscious processing occurs. This is where stimuli that capture our interest and attention are managed. Auditory and visual special stimuli can be rehearsed in the working memory and rehearsal increases the likelihood of long-term storage.

Long term memory

Long term memory: is the capacity to store information over a long period of time. The capacity for long term memory is unlimited since it can store anything happened a minute ago or a year ago, and the information can still be retrievable at any time. Some scientists believe that parts of long term memory are permanent while others believe that it will eventually weaken over time. Long-term memory holds the information when you make an effort (conscious or unconscious) to retain, because it’s personally meaningful to you (for example, data about family and friends); you need it (such as job procedures or material you’re studying for a test); or it made an emotional impression (a movie that moved your emotions, the first time you ever caught a fish, the day your uncle died). Thus long term memory can be divided into three sections: procedural memory, declarative memory, and remote memory.

Now that we know how memory works, we can address the issue of how a person can improve his or her memory. In conclusion, memory is the storing of information in the brain over a certain period of time. The three kinds of memory (sensory, short term and long term) use different parts of the brain to store information, and therefore can store it for different lengths of time. A person can improve his or her memory through various scientific techniques of "Powerurmind" developed through extensive & authentic research at Powerurmind Research Centre Pvt. Ltd.


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Powerurmind Techniques to Improve Memory

There are various techniques to improve your ability to retain and retrieve memories: To achieve the goal of having an excellent concentration and memory the one has to systematically go through the following steps;

Improve Brain Health

A strong memory depends on the health and vitality of your brain. Whether you're a student studying for final exams, a working professional interested in doing all you can to stay mentally sharp, or a senior looking to preserve and enhance his/her grey matter as age advances, there are lots of things you can do to improve your memory and mental performance.

Eliminate Stress and Anxiety

Eliminate Stress and Anxiety: Memory is one of the most important qualities that a person can possess. Its ability to function in a cognitively efficient manner however, depends upon a healthy state of mind. For example, memory loss can occur as a result of stress or physical exhaustion. It is therefore imperative that both mind and body must both be in a relaxed state for perfect memory recall.

Extensive research provided us with is a tool which is capable of permanently restructuring the psyche, balance brain chemistry in order that it may retain information better, without any side effects. This tool is provided in the form of brain entrainment Audios. With this auditory phenomenon, a wide range of frequencies are fed into the brain, inducing states of awareness conductive to programming and positive reinforcement. The advantages of brain entrainment are that it is so diverse in its potential uses. It produces deep relaxation for both mind & the body and eliminates the effects of stress and anxiety in a way it cannot be done by any other method so easily. Its fundamental usage is in the field of memory enhancement, in which it has proved to be an unequivocal success. The power of the human brain is inconceivably vast, and this tool enables one to effectively unleash untapped potential.
Powerurmind Brain Entrainment Audios when used uninterrupted over a time to an Alpha brain wave state, which is such a state of mind

Developing interest to enhance concentration

How to develop interest when something seems boring? When we watch a favorite film, we are able to concentrate for three hours. We hardly realize who’s beside us, when he/she got up, a cricket match absorbs us similarly; our eyes remain glued to the TV screen. However, while studying, especially a lengthy subject we feel distracted by the slightest noise, the faintest whisper and even by the most distant sound of music.

Concentration is nothing but the extent of interest and involvement in the subject

The amounts of learning are dependent on the level of concentration, which is dependent on the intensity of interest. Imagine that you are given photographs of last week’s college annual function, which you attended. You would search for yourself when you see the photographs. You are most interested how you look or something associated with you most of the time. The nature of human beings is to seek happiness and pleasure. Interest is keen when an activity is likely to give happiness and pleasure. Generating interest is to seek pleasure in doing a specific activity which enhances concentration.

Powerurmind Brain Entrainment Audios when used uninterrupted over a period of days takes you in "feel good" euphoric state of mind due to natural production of feel good chemicals: endorphin, serotonin and dopamine in the brain. Activities become pleasurable increasing interest and concentration.

Increasing brain potential to concentrate

Powerurmind Brain entrainment Audios increases brain potential to concentrate as both the hemispheres of the brain get synchronised producing more neurons. This increases communication between the two hemispheres of the brain. These audio waves of specified frequencies clear blockages within the mind, enabling one to think clearly and deeply for longer periods. As the ability to concentrate increases, the brain becomes more proficient at storing large amounts of information. Brain entrainment will essentially clear all the obstacles preventing your mind from functioning to its full potential.

Scientific studies show that brain entrainment can significantly improve memory power. In one experiment, this particular technique was introduced to a group of children who could not focus and were poor in studies. Over a period of time, they found it increasingly easier to focus in class, and therefore understand their teachers better. In turn, their increased focus and understanding meant they were able to retain large amounts of information. By the end of the experiment, they had even caught up with the standards of their peers.

Note: This product is not a subliminal or hypnosis recording. This product is a brainwave entrainment device with strong mental effects. If you have a serious mental illness, please consult a medical professional prior to using these audios.

Nutrition For Better Brain Health

Nutrition (Eat brain-boosting diet): Just as the body needs fuel, so does the brain. You probably already know that a diet based on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and “healthy” fats will provide lots of health benefits, but such a diet can also improve memory. But for brain health, it’s not just what you eat—it’s also what you don’t eat. Research indicates that certain nutrients nurture and stimulate brain function.


B vitamins, especially B6, B12, and folic acid, protects neurons by breaking down homocysteine, an amino acid that is toxic to nerve cells. They’re also involved in making red blood cells, which carry oxygen. (Best sources: spinach and other dark leafy greens, broccoli, asparagus, strawberries, melons, black beans and other legumes, citrus fruits, soybeans.)


Antioxidants like vitamins C and E, and beta carotene, fight free radicals, which are atoms formed when oxygen interacts with certain molecules. Free radicals are highly reactive and can damage cells, but antioxidants can interact with them safely and neutralize them. Antioxidants also improve the flow of oxygen through the body and brain. (Best sources: blueberries and other berries, sweet potatoes, red tomatoes, spinach, broccoli, green tea, nuts and seeds, citrus fruits, liver.)


Get your omega-3s. More and more evidence indicates that omega-3 fatty acids are particularly beneficial for brain health. Fish is a particularly rich source of omega-3, especially cold water “fatty fish” such as salmon, tuna, halibut, trout, mackerel, sardines, and herring. If you’re not a fan of fish, consider turning to fish oil supplements. Other non-fish sources of omega-3s include walnuts, ground flaxseed, flaxseed oil, pumpkin seeds, and soybeans.

Limit calories and saturated fat.Research shows that diets high in saturated fat (from sources such as whole milk, butter, cheese, sour cream, and ice cream) increase your risk of dementia and impair concentration and memory.


Eat more fruit and vegetables. Produce is packed with antioxidants, substances that protect your brain cells from damage. Colorful fruits and vegetables are particularly good antioxidant "super food" sources. Try leafy green vegetables such as spinach, broccoli, sarson and palak and fruit such as apricots, mangoes and watermelon.


Drink green tea. Green tea contains polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that protect against free radicals that can damage brain cells. Among many other benefits, regular consumption of green tea may enhance memory and mental alertness.


Drink grape juice. Juices are good as these are rich in resveratrol. Resveratrol-packed options include grape juice, cranberry juice, fresh grapes and berries, and peanuts.


For mental energy, choose complex carbohydrates. Just as a racecar needs gas, your brain needs fuel to perform at its best. When you need to be at the top of your mental game, carbohydrates can keep you going. But the type of carbohydrates you choose makes all the difference. Carbohydrates fuel your brain, but simple carbohydrates (sugar, white bread, refined grains) give a quick boost followed by an equally rapid crash. For energy that lasts, choose complex carbohydrates such as whole-wheat bread, brown rice, oatmeal, high-fiber cereal, lentils, and whole beans.


Think of water as food group in your diet. Water helps flush our systems of waste products and toxins, yet many people go through life dehydrated—causing tiredness, low energy, and headaches. It’s common to mistake thirst for hunger, so staying well hydrated will also help you make healthier food choices.


Sleep is Necessary to Consolidate Memories?

You have probably heard that sleep and memory are interconnected. It's true. Many studies have shown that not getting enough quality rest can directly hurt your memory. Strong evidence shows that sleep is necessary to consolidate memories. Most of the research favoring sleep’s importance in consolidation has used procedural / skill memory sequences of actions. Experiments that have found the stage of sleep that may be necessary for consolidation tend to support “slow wave” sleep that occurs in the first half of the night, as an important part of the sleep cycle, however “REM” (rapid eye movement) sleep (that occurs while you are dreaming) may be important for other types of memory processing.


Three stages of memory processing are identified: the first stage of memory — its stabilization — seems to take around six hours. During this period, the memory appears particularly vulnerable to being “lost”. The second stage of memory processing — consolidation — occurs during sleep. The third and final stage is the recall phase, when the memory is once again ready to be accessed. At night, your brain organizes what you learned during the day. Sleep contributes to the long-term consolidation of new memories. Getting too few hours hurts memorization ability as much as no sleep at all! So to strengthen your memory, it is vital to get enough quality sleep each night.


Why do we need sleep? One of the things we do know is that young children need as much as three times the amount of sleep as adults. It has been found that neuronal connections are remodeled during sleep. Certainly a number of studies have shown that humans deprived of sleep do not perform well on memory tasks, and research has suggested that there may be a relationship between excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) and cognitive deficits.


The effect of sleep on memory and learning: Some memory tasks are more affected by sleep deprivation than others. A recent study, for example, found that recognition memory for faces was unaffected by people being deprived of sleep for 35 hours. Interestingly, sleep deprivation increased the subjects’ belief that they were right, especially when they were wrong. In another series of experiments, the brains of sleep-deprived and rested participants were scanned while the participants performed complex cognitive tasks. In the first experiment, the task was an arithmetic task involving working memory. Sleep-deprived participants performed worse on this task. In the second experiment, the task involved verbal learning, again, those sleep-deprived performed worse. In the third study, participants were given a "divided-attention" task, in which they completed both arithmetic and a verbal-learning task. Again, sleep-deprived participants showed poorer performance. These results indicate that sleep deprivation affects different cognitive tasks in different ways, and also that parts of the brain are able to at least partially compensate for the effects of sleep deprivation.


A poor night's sleep hurts your memory in two big ways
  1. Being sleepy hurts your concentration. When you can't focus on things clearly, you can't remember well.
  2. Sleeping poorly means the things you learned the previous day are not fully recorded in the memory parts of your brain.

A good night's rest not only helps retention but can even help you recall thoughts forgotten during the day. Sleep might strengthen relevant associations and weaken irrelevant associations, improving access to memories


Give Your Brain A Workout

By the time you’ve reached adulthood, your brain has developed millions of neural pathways that help you process information quickly, solve familiar problems, and execute familiar tasks with a minimum of mental effort. But if you always stick to these well-worn paths, you aren’t giving your brain the stimulation it needs to keep growing and developing. You have to shake things up from time to time!


Memory, like muscular strength, requires you to “use it or lose it.” The more you work out your brain, the better you’ll be able to process and remember information. The best brain exercising activities break your routine and challenge you to use and develop new brain pathways. The activity can be virtually anything, so long as it meets the following three criteria:

  1. It’s new. No matter how intellectually demanding the activity, if it’s something you’re already good at, it’s not a good brain exercise. The activity needs to be something that’s unfamiliar and out of your comfort zone.
  2. It’s challenging. Anything that takes some mental effort and expands your knowledge will work. Examples include learning a new language, instrument, or sport, or tackling a challenging crossword or Sudoku puzzle.
  3. It’s fun. Physical and emotional enjoyment is important in the brain’s learning process. The more interested and engaged you are in the activity, the more likely you’ll be to continue doing it and the greater the benefits you’ll experience. The activity should be challenging, yes, it should also be something that is fun and enjoyable to you. Make an activity more pleasurable by appealing to your senses—playing music while you do it, or rewarding yourself afterwards with a favorite treat.
Enhancing your ability to learn and remember
  • Pay attention.You can’t remember something if you never learned it, and you can’t learn something — that is, encode it into your brain — if you don’t pay enough attention to it. It takes about eight seconds of intent focus to process a piece of information through your hippocampus and into the appropriate memory center. So, no multitasking when you need to concentrate! If you distract easily, try to receive information in a quiet place where you won’t be interrupted.
  • Tailor information acquisition to your learning style. Most people are visual learners; they learn best by reading or otherwise seeing what it is they have to know. But some are auditory learners who learn better by listening. They might benefit by recording information they need and listening to it until they remember it.
  • Involve as many senses as possible.Even if you’re a visual learner, read out loud what you want to remember. If you can recite it rhythmically, even better. Try to relate information to colors, textures, smells and tastes. The physical act of rewriting information can help imprint it onto your brain.
  • Relate information to what you already know.Connect new data to information you already remember, whether it’s new material that builds on previous knowledge, or something as simple as an address of someone who lives on a street where you already know someone.
  • Organize information.Write things down in address books and datebooks and on calendars; take notes on more complex material and reorganize the notes into categories later. Use both words and pictures in learning information.
  • Understand and be able to interpret complex material. For more complex material, focus on understanding basic ideas rather than memorizing isolated details. Be able to explain it to someone else in your own words.  
  • Rehearse information frequently and "over-learn". Review what you’ve learned the same day you learn it, and at intervals thereafter. What researchers call "spaced rehearsal" is more effective than “cramming.” If you’re able to “over-learn” information so that recalling it becomes second nature, so much the better.
  • Be motivated and keep a positive attitude. Tell yourself that you want to learn what you need to remember, and that you can learn and remember it. Telling yourself you have a bad memory actually hampers the ability of your brain to remember, while positive mental feedback sets up an expectation of success.

There is a learning technique called mnemonics, which is designed to help people "remember information that is otherwise quite difficult to recall." There are many ways to use mnemonics to help one's memory. Some scientists believe that speaking while you are reading will help you to absorb the material. Others believe that writing information down will help your brain to recognize it and store it more easily. Another effective way to remember facts is to associate it with other facts or other objects, which you can link back to the original piece of information. So, there are in fact many ways that one can improve one's memory if one tries. Mnemonics use patterns and associations to help the brain store information more accurately.


Most of the people very well know these methods but find them helpless to do these effectively due to lack of motivation, belief and concentration, in fact it requires to balance the brain chemistry and improve brain health by other scientific techniques developed by extensive research all over the world. Step 1 is specifically designed to balance brain chemistry, increase neural paths and enhance overall brain health


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