If our brains were computers, we’d simply add a chip to upgrade our memory. However, the human brain is more complex than even the most advanced machine, so improving human memory requires slightly more effort.
Certain areas of the brain are especially important in the formation and retention of memory: The hippocampus, a primitive structure deep in the brain, plays the single largest role in processing information as memory, in this area we can improve with HGH (human growth Hormone and Pregnenolone). The amygdala, an almond-shaped area near the hippocampus, processes emotion and helps imprint memories that involve emotion. The cerebral cortex, the outer layer of the brain, stores most long-term memory in different zones, depending on what kind of processing the information involves: language, sensory input, problem-solving, and so forth. In addition, memory involves communication among the brain’s network of neurons, millions of cells activated by brain chemicals called neurotransmitters.
Just like muscular strength, your ability to remember increases when you exercise your memory and nurture it with a good diet and other healthy habits. There are a number of steps you can take to improve your memory and retrieval capacity. First, however, it’s helpful to understand how we remember.
To be neurobic, an exercise should do one or more of the following:
1. Involve one or more of your senses in a novel context. You can use additional senses to do an ordinary task by blunting the sense normally used. For instance:
Get dressed for work or take a shower with your eyes closed. Eat a meal with your family in silence. Use only visual cues. or combine two or more senses in unexpected ways: Listening to a specific piece of music while smelling a particular aroma.
2. Engage your attention. To stand out from the background of everyday activities something has to be unusual, fun, surprising or evoke one of your basic emotions like happiness, love or anger: Go camping for the weekend. Take your child, spouse or parent to your work for the day.
3. Break a routine activity in an unexpected, novel way (novelty just for its own sake is not highly neurobic). Take a completely new route to work. Shop at a farmer’s market instead of a supermarket. Completely rearrange your office and desktop.
As suplement you should take NAC (N-acetyl-cisteine), R-Lipoic and Acetyl -Carnitine all of them increase Gluthation in your brain to protect you from free Radicals and an powerfull antioxidant, also you should check your levels of Testosterone, Estrogens, Human Growth Hormone and Pregnenolone,
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