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Memory Spring: Improving Your Memory and Brain Health

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Memory Spring is focused on enhancing people's memories, learning skills, job performance, and brain health. We promote an integrated approach towards memory enhancement and brain function that includes Technical, Physical, Organizational and Mental Emotional solutions. As a result, people are more efficient, more effective, and live a better quality life. In our sessions people gain new skills, experience immediate improvement, and have fun. For more information click on Memory Spring.

Yoga Poses that Help with Memory

Yoga Pose by Dave Rosenblum

Many of us know that Yoga is a great way to get regular exercise and improve fitness. It’s fantastic because Yoga can be done almost anywhere, in any time frame, and fit into an active family focused life. The exercise part is wonderful, but did you also know that it’s great for your memory? 

The system of Yoga is built on three main structures: exercise, breathing, and meditation.  Its approach supports the four key areas to improve your memory:
 

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Simple Memory Techniques that Can Help with Recall

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In today’s fast paced environment, we tend to get bombarded with an overwhelming amount of distractions. The number of distractions makes it difficult to focus long enough to store information in a recallable way. Consequently, we forget valuable information.
 
Is our memory ever going to be perfect? No! But you can apply basic memory techniques that can make a difference in your daily life. 
 
Here are three easy memory techniques that can help with recall. 
 

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Take it From Captain Arrrf: Remember the 5 R's to Return to Mindfulness

Pirate Dog by Tony Werman

Mindfulness is defined as one’s capacity to avoid distractions that take our attention away from our present intention. That’s easier said than done.

In today’s world, we’re more distracted than ever. It seems like every time we turn around we’re being distracted by a person, a text, an email, a beep, a flashing sign, or something else that momentarily grabs our attention. In addition, we’re really good at self-distraction, with most of us having BSOS (Bright Shiny Object Syndrome). It doesn’t take much to distract our attention and launch us down a time draining path that we never intended to follow in the first place.  Given all the distractions, it makes it extremely difficult to get anything substantial done. 
 

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