Many of us would love to improve our memory, and it becomes even more important as we age.

There’s nothing more frustrating than having a word on the tip of your tongue and not being able to remember it.

Being a little forgetful at times is usually nothing to worry about. However, improving your memory could be more in your control than you realize.

Research shows that health, lifestyle and even some hobbies and activities can help boost our memory and keep our brain in better condition as we age.

Although there’s currently no cure for diseases like Alzheimer’s, some evidence suggests we may be able to prevent, or at least slow down, the progression of dementia through taking care of our brain and cognitive health.

What we cover in the blog

We uncover the latest research and advancements in the science of memory.

Do you want to improve your bad memory? We share some of the most effective exercises to improve your memory. Learning a language and doing brain training exercises are just a couple of ways to remember more.

We also need to take care of our bodies to protect our memories. Learn about how important regular exercise, sleep and a nutritious diet are key to preserving a healthy brain.

If you are curious about the different types of memory, read our blog post to find out the difference between working, sensory, episodic, semantic memory and more.

You might be worried that your poor memory is a warning sign of a bigger problem. Check out our resource on Mild Cognitive Impairment. MCI is the earliest stage of dementia and a crucial time to act to prevent and slow decline.

The memory is a fascinating topic that still remains mysterious. Discover the causes of curious phenomena like amnesia, not being able to recognize faces, false memories and a strange condition which allows people to remember every single moment of their lives.