Here Is How You Can Prevent Your Memory Loss

Here Is How You Can Prevent Your Memory Loss

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The memory loss, particularly short term memory loss usually is connected with aging.  This is not true. According to newest researchers, a lot of young people forgot names, telephone numbers, data. This naive forgiveness may be a sign of dementia or Alzheimer’s. The modern way of living with computers and smart mobiles lead toward complete dependence on them.  Young people don’t try to remember things, and they entirely depend on modern technology. As a result, they don’t distinguish critical and not sensitive data because they have everything in their mobile on the computer. Alcohol, smoking, inadequate physical activity, and fats are causes of memory loss. Older adults with Healthy Lifestyle have a better memory than younger people with a sedentary lifestyle which spent a lot of time in front of the computer and practice fast food.

Everyone can improve memory with healthy food rich in antioxidant, but the best prevention is herbs which contain antioxidants. These herbs boost blood circulation and decrease stress and anxiety. Results of herbs may vary from person to person. What works for some people, does not work for others.

Turmeric (Curcuma longa) and Oregano against memory loss

According to multiple studies, turmeric root has enormous potential in the prevention and therapy of cancers. But, research studies in the UD and Hong Kong from 2001 show that meals rich in turmeric root have the ability to reduce the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. Consuming this herb, even in the smallest amounts, can improve your memory. Don’t use curcumin If you take blood-thinning medication. Same goes if you have gallstones or if the bile passages are obstructed.You shouldn’t do this because turmeric can occasionally cause skin rashes. Excessive amounts of turmeric may cause stomach problems and ulcers.

On the other side, The oregano contains more antioxidants than bilberry which is known as food for the brain. It improves the circulation of the oxygen in the brain and boosts the memory.

Green tea

 Green tea improves the concentration. Use green tea not only as prevention but as a remedy against memory loss too.

Ginkgo Biloba

Ginkgo is an ancient remedy that has been used by Chinese for 5000 years to improve brain blood circulation. It expands blood vessels and improves peripheral arterial circulation.  It is used in treating problems with memory function in healthy individuals, Alzheimer’s disease, and Reynaud’s syndrome. This herbal supplement is excellent for reducing anxiety, difficulty in concentrating, absent –mindedness, confusion, and depressive moods. Ginkgo is perfect for long term use, but it may cause some discomfort if it’s used with existing drugs prescription.
Due to lack of research, pregnant and breastfeeding women should avoid Ginkgo Biloba.
Large doses can cause diarrhea, restlessness, and nausea.


Ginseng powers the concentration. It is excellent for coping with stressful events. Ginseng is safe. Don’t take ginseng with other medicaments without consulting your doctor. It can lower the effects of prescription therapy. Don’t use it if you have rashes, heavy bleeding, extreme inflammation and high fever. Long-term use may cause breast tenderness and menstrual abnormalities in some women.

Melissa, Lemon balm or Lemongrass

Melissa is the most commonly used natural remedy for psychological problems, but it can prevent memory loss and boost the memory too. The best effect is achieved with a usage of fresh herbs.

Melissa Tea

Put two tablespoons of lemon balm in  ½ liter near-boiling water and leave them covered for 30 minutes. Strain the liquid and divide it into three doses. Drink throughout the day. It is recommended to drink unsweetened tea before a meal. You can sweeten the tea if you take it after a meal.


Research studies show that only smelling rosemary can improve concentration. This herb contains more than 20 antioxidants. You can prepare rosemary tea in the following way. Boil two teaspoon rosemary leaves with 1.5 dl water for two minutes. Strain the liquid and drink the tea twice a day.


We use saffron usually as a spice, but saffron tea can improve memory and reduce the stress. You can prepare saffron tea in the following way: Put 1/2 gram of saffron in 200 ml cold water.Boil the mix for one minute. Don’t use more than one and a half gram saffron daily. 

Marijuana Can  Improve Memory in the Elderly

The researchers from the University of Bonn in the recently published study in Nature Medicine declared that small doses of cannabis-enhanced the memory of older mice. This may lead to additional researchers to development of treatment programs with cannabis to slow down memory loss in humans

Ashwagandha Improves Memory and Cognitive Function

In the article  Efficacy and Safety of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera (L.) Dunal) Root Extract in Improving Memory and Cognitive Functions

Researchers state that Ashwagandha root can be used in Ayurveda treatments as a memory aid. This research was conducted in over eight weeks with 50 patients over 35 years old. All of them were with subjective symptoms of memory impairment or with early diagnostic dementia.

They were divided into two groups. The first group had received two capsules of 300 mg Ashwagandha root extract with water twice a day and to the second one was given placebo starch capsules twice a day.

According to study people who take Ashwagandha have better memory score, sustained attention, the great uptick in executive function and information processing speed

Drinking more water

According to the recent study, the researchers from the University of Westminster
And the University of East London found that drinking 300 ml water can boost attention by almost 25%

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  1. Yes, we depend on technology so much… I’m glad you find it helpful

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