Learn the secrets and strategies that can sharpen your memory

You’ve spent a lifetime building your memories. Find out how to keep them safe, increase your power of recall, and improve overall mental fitness.

Like other parts of the body, the brain changes with age. You may find yourself forgetting things more frequently or finding it harder to concentrate. You may have trouble remembering names or where you put the car keys.

The good news is that there’s a lot you can do to keep your brain healthy and resilient and even improve its ability to create, retain, and recall facts and memories.

Improving Memory, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School, is an instructive and empowering guide for keeping your brain fit, your mind active, and your cognitive abilities strong.

With easy-to-adopt recommendations, the report will show you the practical steps that lead to better brain health. You’ll be briefed on the value of both physical and mental exercise (and the best activities for each), the role of sleep and dreams, which foods are beneficial and which vitamins are not.

Plus, the report will give you specific techniques to improve your ability to retain new information. You’ll look at effective memory-enhancing tools and organizational strategies to help you remember more and forget less.

For all the memories you’ve made, and for those to come, order your copy of this Special Health Report now!

Inside Improving Memory: Understanding age-related memory loss, you'll discover:

  • 10 ways of life that have been proven to promote memory health
  • How much “forgetting” is normal and how much is too much
  • Why we remember exactly where we were for certain events
  • The connection between bypass surgery and thinking problems
  • Mom was right: The reason fish really is “brain food”
  • Why procedural memory is so resistant to aging
  • How to overcome memories you wish you could forget, but can’t
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