Memory

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    We all wish we possessed a sharp memory. How often do we envy those with clear recall and wondered how they do it while we fumble with names and facts on an everyday basis. Memory is the warehouse, where all static and emotional data is stored. Believe it or not, our brain is bombarded with sixty thousend stimuli each second. The problem starts here; the brain memory has a huge capacity but that space is overstuffed with unnecessary thoughts. People often say that they forget things very fast or that they find it extremely difficult to remember things. The real reason for this is that their memory is overloaded with redundant information which is like virus data obstructing the smooth functioning of the mind, making it weak. Meditation, mental exercises, reiteration, physical exercise which increases oxygen flow to the brain - all these and more, are the lessons we learn in achieving that strong memory we all admire and want.

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    Number of Pages: 80
    Format(s): Ebook - ISBN: 9789384027148
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    Listed in: Self-help & personal development
    Publisher: Body & Soul

    Books by Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd.

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