Why You Should Start Improving Your Memory Right Now!It is funny that sometimes we remember things that happened years back as clearly as day, but at times can't even remember what we had for dinner yesterday. I have always been fascinated by how the memory works. This fascination has lead me to search for different ways of how my memory could be improved. This is also the reason why I have read many books about memory improvement. And now, I would like to share with you what I have learned so far. So, let's get started. Improving memory can be a very time consuming task. You could compare the brain to a muscle that needs your constant attention. If you train your brain regularly, it stays fit and can become "stronger". This process takes usually a lot of time and dedication before you will see any real results. So, why bother at all? Why spend all your time and energy on training it? The reason is actually very simple: a trained memory gives you amazing benefits. Let's ignore for a moment the most obvious ones, like easily memorizing and recalling important information. When you start improving your memory the following things will start to happen: Your ability to focus will improve Your speed of thinking will increase Your visualization skill will improve (when using mnemonics) Remembering things in everyday situations will become easier for you You will be able to learn new information faster and more efficiently Because of constant training, your memory will stay sharp to an old age A trained memory gives an advantage to everyone. Elderly people will benefit from memory training because it keeps them mentally fit. It could even help them to maintain their independence and lifestyle. Students and people looking for/with a job profit from having a trained memory. It helps to concentrate and learn better. Therefore, increase the productivity. Students with a trained memory get better grades and have higher chances of landing the dream job. Employers prefer people who can stay focused on difficult tasks and are more productive on the job (the employee has better chances of getting promoted). There are many more situations where having a trained memory can be useful and I am sure you probably know some I did not even mention here. Whatever the situation, improving memory can improve everybody's life. You Want to Improve Memory?Then Learn to Use It! Maybe the most important thing to know about memory improvement is, that if you want to improve your memory, you have to start using it. We don't use our memory as often as we should. Usually when we need to remember something (like shopping lists) we write it down, not even trying to memorize it. Of course, there is really nothing wrong with writing some things down, it is the best way to record and preserve information. However, if you look at it from the standpoint of your brain, more useful would be to memorize the information. Many people (and maybe you too) use excuses like: "I have a bad memory" or "my memory isn't what it used to be". You may even think that there is no way you could remember long lists and numbers, different names and faces, birthdays, dates etc. But this is simply NOT true! There is absolutely nothing wrong with your memory. Your brain is capable of storing vast amount of information and recalling it whenever needed; it just needs training. Even memory training specialist, Harry Lorayne, mentions in his book How to Develop a Super Power Memory that ". there is no such thing as a bad memory. There are only trained or untrained memories". R. Luria describes a young Russian journalist (referred to as "S") who attended an editorial meeting. It was noticed that "S" wasn't taking any notes and when questioned, he became confused and didn't understand why anyone should ever take notes. He clarified that he could remember everything what the editor was saying, so why bother writing it down. When being challenged, "S" reproduced the entire speech, word for word, sentence for sentence, and inflection for inflection. For the next thirty years Alexander Luria, Russia's leading psychologist and expert on memory tested and examined "S". Luria confirmed that the man was in no way abnormal, but that he had a perfect memory, because at a very young age he "stumbled upon" the basic mnemonic principles that became part of his natural functioning. What's the point of the story? Well, to put it simply, he was a normal person just like you and me (only the way he used his brain made him different). Furthermore, through history there have been similar cases of memorizers. In every instance, their brains were found to be normal, and in every instance they had, as young children, "discovered" the basic principles of their memory's function. Another thing many people fear is that they are simply too old to start improving memory. But actually, the age of a person really isn't that big of a factor. Your memory won't decline very much with age, only when it's not used! That's why there are even young people with a poor memory; they simply aren't using it enough. So, we already know that it does not matter how old you are and if you memory is poor to begin with. But, what do you need? The only things required for memory training are time and devotion. It can take a long time before you start noticing real results and it's easy to get discouraged. So, if you can't bring yourself to invest some time and energy into memory training, you will definitely fail. But know this: the more you exercise, the more you will be able to memorize. With training, you will eventually get to the point where remembering anything is possible. 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It apparently just hasn't happened yet on his watch.On the subject of Mike Brown's tirade about the foul call against LeBron James in Indiana Tuesday, Stern was quoted from All Star weekend saying referee Joey Crawford's whistle was not predetermined and "it was a good call."That's like saying unicorns exist and they run regularly in the Kentucky Derby.In Stern's defense, though, maybe he was misquoted and actually said, "Both calls at the end of the game were as bogus as Tim Donaghy. But we can't let our coaches publicly rip officials."I don't want to say Eric Mangini has found less talent than expected in reviewing the Browns' 2008 season, but after studying tape of the linebackers he has applied for help to the Troubled Asset Relief Program.Brady Quinn says he got inspired while watching a Cavaliers game at The Q, that "seeing the fans get so pumped up" made him anxious for the 2009 Browns season. Uh, Brady, they only do that because the home team scores every so often . and wins a lot .James saying he'd compete in next year's Slam Dunk Contest might have been a heat of the moment thing. But I'm sure that won't stop national speculation that his announcement somehow is part of a Nike marketing plan in advance of him joining the Knicks in 2010.Tony Dejak/Associated PressCavaliers owner Dan Gilbert (left, with head coach Mike Brown) may be an active owner, but he's thankfully not in the same class as Dallas' Mark Cuban or Phoenix's Robert Sarver, says Bud Shaw.I've received emails concerned that Dan Gilbert is showing signs of wanting to be "the next Mark Cuban." Gilbert is not in that league. Anyway, the new standard is Phoenix's Robert Sarver, who during a string of losses is reported to have held a team bonding session where players and coaches cut out pictures and built collages.Any wonder why Amar'e Stoudemire said of Sarver at the All Star weekend in Phoenix, "I'm not sure if he's totally familiar with the sport of basketball."It's dangerous believing anything any player says in denying the use of performance enhancing drugs. That said, I haven't met many people more genuine than Travis Hafner.Headline: "GM says Falcons want to trade rights to Vick." And all they'll need to get real value in return for Michael Vick is a magic lamp and a benevolent genie.You can't buy your good name, right? The Miami Hurricanes happily accepted a $3.9 million donation from Alex Rodriguez, who was feted this past week at ALEX RODRIGUEZ PARK at Mark Light Field.Just the same, any talk of suspending Rodriguez when there was no punishment for a positive test in 2003 is ridiculous coming from anybody, and especially out there coming from Commissioner Bud Selig.Anyone clamoring for the release of the other 103 positive results from the 2003 survey test conducted in major league baseball should look up the meaning of "confidential." Rodriguez name wasn't released, it was leaked. Women Nike Free Run 3 Magenta Silver Platinum Purple,THURSDAY, April 10, 2014 (HealthDay News) Some parents and coaches think kids who focus on one sport early on will boost their chances of a college scholarship or pro career. But a new study casts doubt on that idea.In a study of undergraduates at the University of California, Los Angeles a power in college athletics researchers found no evidence that athletes at the school launched their careers at a tender age.Instead, the student athletes looked a lot like their peers who simply enjoyed recreational sports: They usually dabbled in different sports as children, and waited until their teens to focus their attention on one sport."Most successful athletes participate in a number of sports when they're 6, 8 or 10 years old," said Dr. John DiFiori, chief of sports medicine at UCLA's School of Medicine.That way, kids learn different skills and have the chance to discover which sport they truly enjoy, said DiFiori, who is scheduled to present the findings this week at the annual meeting of the American Society for Sports Medicine, in New Orleans.There's a common belief that children need to zero in on a sport early in order to rise to an elite level, according to DiFiori."I think some parents have been influenced by specific, famous examples, like Tiger Woods or Andre Agassi," he said.But while examples like that stick in people's minds, the actual research evidence paints a different picture, according to Dr. Neeru Jayanthi, medical director of primary care sports medicine at Loyola University, in Chicago."From a success point of view, early specialization is potentially detrimental," said Jayanthi, who was not involved in the new study.In his own research, Jayanthi has found that children and teens who train intensely in one sport are more prone to overuse injuries than their peers who have varied activities.Based on his findings, Jayanthi recommends some limits on kids' sports participation. One suggestion is that the amount of time a child spends in organized sports should be no more than double the time devoted to unstructured play and exercise."We think playing for fun is actually protective against injuries," Jayanthi said.He explained that having varied activities including "free play" allows kids to develop skills and physical abilities that can help them in the long run.The current findings are based on 296 UCLA student athletes involved in 22 sports, and 164 students who weren't into elite sports, but were active and played sports for fun. Overall, DiFiori's team found, both groups started playing organized sports around the same age usually before age 10. And student athletes were no more likely to have started before age 6.What's more, there was no evidence that student athletes "specialized" earlier. Most commonly, they settled on a sport during high school.Where the athletes did stand out was family history: They were more likely than other students to have a parent or sibling who played sports in college or professionally.Of the athletes, 43 percent had a parent who played college or pro sports, versus 8 percent of the comparison group. And 28 percent had a brother or sister who played college or pro sports, versus 5 percent of the other group, DiFiori said.So that does mean athletic prowess is all in the genes? Not likely, DiFiori said. Although genes do play a role in athleticism, he noted, children of athletic parents probably also get a lot of support and encouragement to pursue sports."None of this means that practice and focus aren't important," DiFiori said.But pushing your child to specialize in a sport early in life won't compensate for a lack of athletic genes, Loyola's Jayanthi said. And at worst, it could do harm if it leads to burnout or an injury.DiFiori said that one of the issues in youth sports these days is the emphasis on "competition and winning," rather than building skills. But it is those skills which can be transferred from one sport to another that ultimately help kids become better athletes, he said.Because this study was presented at a medical meeting, the data and conclusions should be viewed as preliminary until published in a peer reviewed journal.
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