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3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Memory
I'm feeling a bit annoyed today. Or rather, my heart is feeling sad. On days like these I like to take it easy and relax. I try to keep quiet inside and not think too much. But I did feel inspired to write a bit here in my journal on how you can improve your memory.

Here are three tips I've found helpful

1. Sleep

Most of us walk around being sleep deprived. I've found that I need at least 7-9 hours of sleep every single night to function. Sometimes I'll wake up after 5 hours and feel fine, but those are the exceptions.

You could try this yourself. See how you feel if you sleep just a bit more every night for a week. If you've been sleeping for 4 hours, try sleeping for 6. Yes, you may "lose" some time, but it's worth it.

You'll feel better, your memory will improve and your health as well.

2. Omega-3 Fatty Acids

One of my favorite ways to not only improve my memory, but my health, are fish oils, or omega-3 fatty acids. I mentioned the Happy Healthy Relaxed site earlier. That's where I learned about fish oils. I think it was an article called: what does fish oil do?

There have also been studies that have shown that fish oil pills do help in improving memory. Amazing when you can just pop a pill and make things better, isn't it? I do recommend you eat a healthy diet and exercise and all that. But also supplement with omega-3 fatty acids, unless you eat a lot of clean, wild caught fish high in omega-3's.

It's really that simple. I love it.

3. Doing What I Love

This may sound weird when talking about memory, but I find that when I follow my heart and do what I love, I remember things better. It's almost as if I don't have to remember anything, because the right thought or action will arise naturally.

Not always, but often enough. Synchronicities and other "coincidences" will pop up. I'm going to leave it there because I could ramble forever on this topic. But suffice it to say that if you aren't doing what you love, you should.

It will not only make you happier, but improve your health as well, and, of course, your memory.

See you soon!

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