As technology evolves rapidly, we rely more and more on making our lives easier. But does it? With easy access to information available to us with our computers, mobile phones and TVs – all the sources of all-inclusive storage and memory – we rely on these sources so much that we have lost our own ability to store and remember information?
Fortunately, leading methods can help us with automatic memory without being dependent on technology. These methods improve memory using natural methods. We no longer need to worry about forgetting birthdays, birthdays, dating, or other important days, not to mention the consequences!
Not long ago, it was thought that adults stopped growing whole cells. Indeed, it was all we could do to continue destroying the ones we had. Any injuries in the head could put us at a serious risk of destroying our existing neurons.
Now we know this is not the case. Studies show that new cells evolve into the hippocampus, which is part of the brain where we store memories. Every day, thousands of new brain cells grow. However, there is one catch: only those who participate in active learning can keep them.
Reduction technology is usually based on three methods to improve memory, including:
- Visual methods that help you store symbolic information. Photographs can easily recover information with photos.
- Storytelling, which involves creating stories that help us remember difficult information. Using stories takes part in the brain and therefore increases memory.
- Repetition, which can help to reduce numerical information and other types of information.
Think of these reduction techniques as a workout for the brain. By spending a short time on memory, you will experience a new amount of extra memory.
Remember the old words, "Use it or lose it"? Our brains are actually muscles that consist of two elements; gray matter and white matter. The gray matter consists of neuronal cell cells and the white is composed of shoulders that transmit nerve signals to other neurons.
The muscles actually have less, and the more we actively use our brain the stronger we will be. Indeed, our potential as a person is unlimited.
This is an important discovery because while scientists have known for some time that mental agility required senility and dementia, it is only when they have started to discover why.
With this recent discovery, we have embarked on a new era of great research and technology in numerous fields that are directly aligned with neuroscience and psychology, especially science, social sciences and engineering.
Scientists now have the opportunity to increase the discussion aimed at a better understanding of the human situation by studying the mind. What they are learning about the brain is teaching us how to solve problems from insomnia to mental illness to remembrance and with this knowledge we can work against dementia, improve sleep, improve health and increase memory and intelligence.