memory

Things You Should Know About Memory Loss!

By Dr. Sasha Sain,Dermatology Memory loss, also called amnesia, happens when a person loses the ability to remember information and events they would normally be able to recall. It could be something that happened seconds or minutes ago, or a memorable event that occurred in the past. The loss of memory…

Understanding Memory Loss

By Dr. Milind Barhate, Psychiatry Memory loss, also called amnesia, happens when a person loses the ability to remember information and events they would normally be able to recall. It could be something that happened seconds or minutes ago, or a memorable event that occurred in the past. The loss of memory…

Memory loss: When to seek help

By Dr. Neha Shah , Psychiatry Forgetfulness is fairly common that can happen with anyone, once in a while. Your ability to remember things might considerably decrease as you grow old. Instances would include misplacing your car keys or some important paperwork. However, if a person suffers from the following symptoms on…

Run barefoot to improve your memory

A new study claims that running barefoot can boost your working memory. Improving memory can benefit you throughout your life. Working memory is essentially the ability to recall and analyze information which is used throughout the lifespan. Improving working memory can be beneficial in your professional life and even when…

Enhance your memory and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s by yoga and meditation

Practicing yoga is not only good for your health but also boosts your memory and diminishes risks of Alzheimer’s. Yoga, coupled with meditation, has been proven to help with mental health and reduce deterioration with the increase of age, new study claims. A research team has found that a course…

Drink Peppermint tea to enhance your memory

This is the easiest thing you can do to boost your memory: just sip on some delicious peppermint tea. A recent study has revealed that peppermint has properties to improve your memory. The research was conducted by Dr. Mark Moss, Robert Jones and Lucy Moss of Northumbria University who presented…

Smell rosemary to boost your memory

Arecent study has revealed that inhaling the scent of rosemary essential oil can improve memory in older people. Researcher Lauren Bussey of Northumbria University said that the study concentrated on how the aroma of rosemary can enhance the ability of the brain and help people remember to accomplish certain tasks…