Alternative treatments for arthritic conditions
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Smart Ways To Hone Your Memory – Part I

Submitted by on December 8, 2009 – 8:05 amOne Comment

Is finding the keys posing a problem yet again? Is this transitory memory loss associated to carrying out several tasks together or merely a sad case of brain miasma during menopause, one does not have to be putting up with it. Factually, experts state that one could instantaneously bolster one’s likelihood of recollecting where one left the keys or for that matter anything else only if one begins to treat the brain in an apt manner irrespective of what one’s age is.

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  • Memory improvement tipsRegular flossing your way to a brainier you
    What is the commonality between adoring liquorish items and detesting the thought of flossing? Both of them are major contributors to plaque development on the teeth – that could astonishingly be dire for one’s brain. The plaque build-up in-between teeth could lead to an immune reaction which assaults arteries that then fail to convey essential nutrients to the cells in the brain. The key lies in flossing on a daily basis. Keeping the foss in a place where one stores one’s morning essentials like makeup would help you to remember doing it every day.
  • Multitasking while working out
    As doing physical exercises like working out or hitting the gym could help in maintaining an ideal shape as one ages, analogously the brain could be maintained in great form when some form of stretching is carried out on it as well. Simply merging these two together would raise the fun quotient twofold. Doing a crossword puzzle when one rides a fixed bike or listening to speech tutorials on one’s iPod when jogging. Researchers believe that when the mind and body are made to work in tandem, the brain cells are revitalized as a consequence. If one is not fond of multitasking one could try doing the crossword soon after gym hours when the brain is keyed up.
  • Memory improvement supplementsGoing Fishy All the Way
    Prod the seas for some fine, wholesome ways to nosh the brain. DHA – a form of omega-3 fatty acids present in salmons, trouts and some forms of fortified food items like yoghurt is a fantastic saver for one’s memory. Arterial inflammation is lowered and there is major improvement in the restorative processes of the defensive sheath around the nerves due to DHA. The outcome is lesser ageing associated memory loss, lesser occurrences of Alzheimer’s disease, lesser depressive tendencies and a more agile mind.

Optimal Food for the Brain

Research reveal that innate chemicals present in certain food items, spices and beverages helps in combating mental decline such as asparagus, blueberry, cocoa, coffee, yolk of eggs, Indian curry, red wines, rosemary herb, salmons, tomato, walnuts.

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