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How to improve concentration and memory naturally?

How to stimulate memory and concentration?

Nowadays, people are subjected to various information almost every second. Have you ever met someone and forgotten their name a few minutes later?

Have you ever just entered the store and already forgot why you came there? Have your coworkers reminded you about the email you sent, but you have no idea what they are talking about? Almost all of us come across such problems. Sometimes we may even wonder if our brains are no longer working properly.

What are memory and concentration?

Memory is the brain’s psychological ability to store and recall information we have acquired during an event. Concentration, however, is our ability to maintain attention during an activity that is important to us. Therefore, when reading, we sometimes do not hear disturbing noises, movements and other disturbing elements. The ability to concentrate therefore allows us to get things.

 

What about when we simply can’t concentrate well enough and therefore can’t remember certain things at all?

If we cannot focus on the new information or stimuli we receive, we will not be able to process and store them in our memory. Our ability to concentrate can vary greatly and sometimes we simply can’t focus. Different factors can contribute to this, that’s why it is especially important to find out why our thoughts are elsewhere and we find it difficult to remember certain things.

Many factors can negatively affect our ability to concentrate, including lack of sleep, poor diet, dehydration, hunger, and physical inactivity. Let’s not forget about certain medications, anxiety, depression, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction, etc.

What can we do to help? 

The bests way to fight against memory and focus issues are good sleep and exercise. They enable the proper release of anti-stress hormones, so try getting at least 8 hours of sleep, be physically active (a walk will do the trick), drink enough water and eat quality food.  

 

 

Foods that help improve memory and concentration:

  • nuts
  • fruit and vegetables (many citrus fruits, forest berries, broccoli and tomato)
  • green tea 

We can also consume dietary supplements and natural products that help.

Have you heard of the medicinal plant ginkgo?

Ginkgo biloba leaf is one of the oldest surviving tree species, dating back over 200 million years. The main showstopper of ginkgo is its unique green fan-shaped leaves. It is also distinguished by its extraordinary healing properties. Years ago, its leaves and seeds were used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a variety of health problems, especially better blood circulation to the brain. Ginkgo thus improves cognitive functions, which become increasingly weakened and impaired over the years. There may even be poorer concentration and memory, more frequent confusion, forgetfulness and decreased attention. Therefore, the consumption of ginkgo is recommended for anyone who wants to improve cognitive abilities and anyone who wants to improve memory and concentration.

The recommended daily intake of Ginkgo Biloba leaf dietary supplement is 3-6g  or 1-2 teaspoons, mixed with water, tea, yoghurt, fruit or vegetable juice.

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A herb that also improves memory and learning ability is ashwagandha.

It is a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from oxidative stress damage. It contributes to skin health, has a beneficial effect on the heart and blood vessels and most importantly on memory and concentration. Dietary supplement Bio Ashwagandha is therefore perfect for individuals with cognitive problems, as it improves concentration. The recommended daily intake is 3g or 1 teaspoon. Stir it into tea, other hot drinks or a smoothie. If you consume it once a day, we recommend the evening.

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The miraculous root from the mountain range of the Andes – Maca has beneficial effects on memory and concentration. 

The healing substances of maca are obtained from the heart-shaped root. The root is eaten raw, merely dried and ground. Maca supports physical and mental productivity, raises energy levels and thus helps improve concentration and consequently strengthen memory. The recommended daily intake is 3-5g or 1 teaspoon. Stir it into fruit and vegetable juices or water. Maca has a rich, sweet taste that goes great with cocoa.

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