Memory Hack

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Revealed! How To Sharpen Your Mind & Increase Your Memory!

Discover How To Tap Into The Power of Your Memory to Thrive in Business, Relationships, and Life!

Introducing … Memory Hack …

Here’s what you’ll discover inside :

  • – How to use a memory palace to store unlimited information
  • – How to memorize quotes, passages of text and more
  • – How to use accelerated learning techniques like speed reading
  • – How to use cue cards, notes, and more
  • – How to train working memory for better focus and creativity
  • – How to enhance your sleep for better learning
  • – How to encourage long term potentiation and easy retrieval of old memories
  • – How to stop forgetting birthdays, to-dos, and events!

– And much more!

14 thoughts on “Memory Hack

  1. In my days when I was preparing for civil services examinations. i used a lot of hacks for increasing my memory and my recall memory and back then I realized what we picturise and remember stays in our memory for so long and clear. whenever you are trying to memorise something you must read first then you must create a visual impression of it and relate it to your most favourite movie characters or animation videos and then sort them out into a plot or situation and rectify it. then you see the difference you will be able to keep that in mind surely forever. This trick has helped me a lot and might help others as well. and for more tips and tricks you have already read this amazing article.

  2. The most commonly used method but most people never use this efficiently. Repetition works because you start to transfer the information from your short-term memory (which has limited capacity and duration) into your long-term memory (which has unlimited duration and capacity). Repetition is normally done by writing something over and over until it begins to stick however did you know that a more effective way is to also speak it out loud? Or even by trying to explain what you’re learning to yourself in front of a mirror.
    Information is stored in your long-term memory when it has been processed “deep” enough and writing something repeatedly is a very linear way of learning as it creates only a single pathway to the memory. When you combine this with speaking it out loud or having to try and explain what you’re learning too, you begin to form multiple pathways to the formed memory rather than a single one.

    Explaining something begins to cement the information into your semantic memory (used for understanding meaning) while speaking it out loud also helps store memory in an auditory store (this is how we recall and remember music in our heads). More pathways to the memory make it easier to recall.

  3. This articale ar helpfull for al folks .whenever you’re trying to memorise something you want to read first then you want to create a visible impression of it and relate it to your most favourite movie characters or animation videos then sort them out into a plot or situation and rectify it. then you see the difference you’ll be ready to keep that in mind surely forever. This trick has helped me tons and might help others also . and for more tips and tricks you’ve got already read this amazing article.
    what you’re learning to yourself ahead of a mirror.
    Information is stored in your LTM when it’s been processed “deep” enough and writing something repeatedly may be a very linear way of learning because it creates only one pathway to the memory. once you combine this with speaking it aloud or having to undertake and explain what you’re learning too, you start to make multiple pathways to the formed memory instead of one one.
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