8 Ways to Maximize Your Memory.


Although cramming education that emphasizes memorization was once criticized, it is also true that if you do not memorize and remember things by yourself, your fundamental ability itself will not increase in the first place.

Life is not always so easy.

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So, how on earth can you maximize your memory? There are quite a wide range of methods, from simple memory techniques, to deriving a mental state that makes it easier to remember, to managing your physical condition to maximize your memory, and so on.

●Write yourself on paper.

By writing down or jotting down what you learn immediately, you transform that knowledge into “your own,” which makes it easier to remember.

●Read it over regularly.

It is said to be effective if you read and recall what you have just written down or learned for 10 to 15 minutes for a certain amount of time every day.

●Breathe in and take in oxygen.

It is said that it is effective to let oxygen flow to the brain in order to increase memory. This helps to dispel drowsiness, and replenishing some water is said to be equally effective.
Write down whatever you are thinking about.

Writing down what you are thinking about and what you need to do will help you clear your mind and resist the urge to do it right now. This allows you to do what you need to do when you have free time.

●Don’t multitask.

It is said that you can finish in a shorter time if you process what is in front of you one by one with the highest priority, rather than doing several things at the same time.

●Relate to what you already know.

It is easier to remember a new fact if you associate it with something you already know or remember. It is easier to remember a new fact if you associate it with a place or an anecdote.

Remember in small chunks

It is easier to remember a small piece of knowledge than to remember a whole piece of knowledge at once. It is easier to recall any one piece of knowledge than to recall the entire body of knowledge.

●Going back to childhood

Since we can still make good use of songs and other things we learned as children, they say they can be very useful if we use them to help us remember long lists or facts, i.e., as a key to recalling memories.