6 Ways Moms Can Improve Their Memory
Moms juggle a lot in their brains at any given time: dental appointments, parent-teacher meetings, grocery lists, family members' birthdays, work deadlines and hundreds of other things. If you're worried your memory isn't as sharp as it used to be, you're not alone. Luckily, there are some things that can help improve your memory at any age. Here are 6 things to consider prioritizing:
1. Exercise routinely. Research shows that regular exercise contributes to brain health and better memory function.
2. Get social! Studies have shown that enjoying time with friends and having healthy relationships can contribute to brain health.
3. Minimize stress. Few things fry your brain like chronic stress!
4. Adopt a healthy approach to eating. Limit added sugar, saturated fat, and calories.
5. Improve the quality (and possibly, quantity) of your sleep. Getting the right amount of sleep is important, but the quality of sleep is vital.
6. Train your brain. Beyond the brain-boosting tricks you can do at home (e.g., memorizing your grocery list instead of writing it down!), 1-on-1 brain training is designed to target and train weak cognitive skills, including working and longterm memory.
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