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How to Improve Memory Memory is defined as the accuracy and ease with which a person can retain and recall past experiences Websters Dictionary 611 It is often thought of as a capacity such as a cup that could be full or empty A more common comparison is one to a computer Some minds like computers can have more software being able to save and recall more experiences information and memories than others can And like a computer minds can be upgraded This is not done with a simple installation of a chip but by following a number of small procedures that will enhance and sharpen a memory By staying active avoiding boredom being constructive eating right and training our minds we as humans will be able to enhance our memory As people age many people believe that the loss of memory is inevitable Once people go over a certain age they begin to lose their memory and will be thought of as old and forgetful People who forget things often complain about a bad memory but in most of these cases these people never took the time to learn whatever they thought they could remember Most scientists believe there is no such thing as a good or bad memory only good and bad learners Depending on the amount of attention a person gives to something depends on how well a person will remember that fact or event Beginning at the age of 50 people of similar ages begin to differentiate more and more from one another in their mental performance Some memories drop noticeably but many stay the same or even rise Most investigators agree that no mental decline occurs before the age of 65 or 70 that affects a persons ability to function in the real world Schrof 89 In many societies today such as in China elders are considered the wisest amongst their people and are very well
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