Memory allows us to preserve and later recover information in our minds. This complex system wraps up factual information with physical sensations, emotions, and interpretations that build an understanding of the world and ourselves, which is why deteriorating memory functionality can be so terrifying. Many things can affect our memory—experience, illness, age, stories, feelings, and sensation triggers—and we can help keep our memory functioning well through exercises and lifestyle choices that promote overall brain health. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age

Throughout our life, we look for ways to keep our mind sharp and effortlessly productive. Now, globetrotting neurosurgeon Dr.

High-Octane Brain: 5 Science-Based Steps to Sharpen Your Memory and Reduce Your Risk of Alzheimer's

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The Better Brain Book: The Best Tool for Improving Memory and Sharpness and Preventing Aging of the Brain

Celebrated neurologist David Perlmutter reveals how everyday memory-loss—misplacing car keys, forgetting a name, losing concentration in meetings—is actually a warning sign of a distressed brain.

Biohack Your Brain: How to Boost Cognitive Health, Performance & Power

Your brain is the most essential organ in your body. The brain and spinal cord are intimately connected to every bodily system and organ, so when it is balanced everything in your body and mind will function more efficiently.


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