There are several outside forces that can affect one’s memory. As has been found in many other areas, diet is one link to impairing memory. Another well-known affecter of our memory is lack of physical exercise. Of course, there are foreign substances we put into our unsuspecting bodies, such as drugs or alcohol, even prescription drugs can have a negative effect. Injuries or traumatic events can affect memories, as can diseases. Inadequate mental and indeed even spiritual stimulation has long been known to damage our minds, bodies and emotions.
Let’s explore the life stressors in connection with memory impairment. If you have a life that is in turmoil on a daily basis, unorganized and over packed with activities, never allowing yourself adequate care, your memory is certain to develop some degree of suffering. It is surely something that will require some thought and time to repair. You must first take stock of your priorities. How well do you care for your mind and body? Maybe you think a quick rush to the gym will do the trick. The key here is ‘rush’.
Rushing around is one area where we cause our mental health to suffer. Long-term turmoil is not our friend, and rushing is something that can become an unwelcome habit. Some people who crave a smoother, more relaxing routine have to actually be taught how to achieve it because they have become so accustomed to rushing through their day. Continue reading “What Can I Do for Memory Improvement?”