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Memory is a skill that can be sharpened and improved at any age! Good News!
Forgetfulness is not a hopeless problem that comes with age. Give your mind a workout!
Focus Pay attention and concentrate – it helps you remember better. Unlocking the door to brain fitness
Say it again! Repetition helps cement thoughts in your mind.
Tell tales. Telling stories from your life – even “tall tales” – can improve your memory.
Write it down! Putting it in writing reinforces the thought in your mind.
Play games! Challenge your mind. Do word searches, crossword puzzles, or play trivia games or jeopardy.
Fantasize! Using your imagination stimulates your mind!
Learn new tricks. Take up a new hobby. Learn computer skills. Study a foreign language. Teach someone else a foreign language.
Organize your life. Keep a calendar or date book. Make lists and check them often.
Munch memory foods. Antioxidants are fuel for the mind.
Listen to music. Play music.
Let’s Exercise Our Minds! Word Game How many words or phrases can you guess?
Green With NV
Wrong wrong ≠ right
I’ll get To It
Go it it it it
EZ i i i
X QQ Me
Who the President of the United States is?
What the capital of the United States is?
What the capital of Pennsylvania is?
Who painted the Mona Lisa?
What we are having for lunch?
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