Top 15 Ways to Improve Your Memory

14) Time Out

Time Out

Recent studies say that when you learn continuously without intermittent relaxation or mild exercises, you are prone to be labelled as a hard worker rather than a smart worker. You can read hours together, but recalling to the fullest extent is a matter of question. An effective learning is reflective of the potential to recall the entire quantum of learnt portion. To make your neurons friendly and pleasant throughout the process of learning, research show that you have to relax intermittently in order to prevent your neurons from being fatigue. Like a stitch at time saves nine, timely smoothening of nerve endings by playing at times in between learning session will rejuvenate positive neural energy. Having lighter moments with friends will definitely help you to refresh and learn better.

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