Is Your Brain Getting Lazy?

By on November 28, 2012

By Gillian Eadie –

What’s the #1 Thing you Must do? 

It begins with a few simple things – can’t remember where you parked the car; put the keys, what you came into a room for. Silly little things like that.

Not really serious.

All you need is a break – and going on vacation is the perfect time to let things slide.

But these memory lapses undermine your confidence.
Make you look uncertain.
Make others wonder if you are on top of your game.
And, most worrying of all, they are seen as a sign of aging.

If you’re running into your 50’s and 60’s, memory changes are going to happen.
There’s NOTHING you can do to change that.

For most people they are quite normal.

Normal, but NOT acceptable.

What you CAN do, is put strategies in place so that NO-ONE need know that there might be a problem.

So what can I do?

You want to know WHAT to do and HOW to do it.

You want strategies that are simple, quick to learn and that WORK!

That’s where this on-going series from Brain and Memory Foundation comes into play. We’ll take you through, step by step, showing you exactly what you need to know and do.

Getting started with memory strategies

When’s the best time to get started?

Right now. Don’t wait for a “bribe.” Don’t wait for the perfect time. Start improving your memory performance today.

How to Use Memory Strategies the Right Way

Are you wondering how your memory is right now?  Use this quick Memory Check.

If you can’t find your car keys or you’ve misplaced your wallet, here’s a quick check-list of strategies to end these annoying signs of ageing.

Did you notice that there is a key memory strategy that underpins all of the others we give you? It doesn’t cost anything (except a few nanoseconds of your time) and using it will TRANSFORM the way you remember. That’s a promise.

Do you use the computer a lot? Did you know that your posture can affect your memory? Read this article to discover how you can apply a quick remedy. And, to follow, there’s another quick strategy for helping keep your brain and memory in top shape.

And there’s more to come…

Dr. Lamont PhD, MA (Hons) M.APS &
Gillian Eadie MEd, BA, Dip.Tchg, LTCL

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Is Your Brain Getting Lazy?