A familiar situation….
“Your boss has asked you to make meeting arrangements to welcome a client who wants to invest in his company. You work hard making the arrangements to the ‘T’ and are excited, since you were looking forward to such an opportunity. The day of the meeting arrives. You are ready with the bouquet to welcome him. The client walks in to the room. You present the bouquet with a smile and say, “Welcome to XYZ Company, Mr.______”, just at that moment, you forget his name. How will you recall it now?”
You will tap your memory, right? That’s where all our information is stored. Let us understand what memory is, briefly.
“Deep inside the medial temporal lobe is the region of the brain known as the limbic system, which includes the hippocampus, the amygdala, the cingulate gyrus, the thalamus, the hypothalamus, the epithalamus, the mammillary body and other organs, many of which are of particular relevance to the processing of memory”.
Our brain is one of our most vital but complex organ, which is made up of billions of nerve cells called neurons. These neurons form the basic units of the nervous system and is the most important part of our brain. These neurons are constantly active, even when we’re asleep. It is these neurons that receive and transmit information.
We all know that all our thoughts and activities are monitored by the Central Processing Unit called our brain. Input and output, whether be it data, feelings, emotions, happens through this vital organ. How, it manages to store, process and produce data, whenever required, is baffling to researchers, even today.
The flip side is, organs, just like machines and machine parts, if not taken care of in the right way, could dysfunction, leading to disastrous consequences. The same with our brains. Our brain serves as the CPU (Central Processing Unit) of our body. Many factors, natural and man-made could affect its functioning, which could cause the person to lose their ability to perform efficiently.
For example, when a person grows older, the ageing process could bring a decrease in the mental sharpness of an individual. Along with it, due to wear and tear and no proper care given to nourishing the brain, there could be a risk of brain diseases such Alzheimer’s or some other dementia that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills.
Today’s scenario is all about speed. Data is required to be on your fingertips, be it meeting dates and contact numbers, names of people, or some other information. Wouldn’t it be great to have a memory that retains all these information and gives the output whenever required? Would your work improve, if you are able to retain data with ease? Would it help you professionally and personally if you possessed a brain that is healthy and in full form?
With so much of data moving around, it has become important for people to get the help of Memory Improvement Workshops. These workshops not only create awareness about brain health or memory strengthening, but also shows a step-by-step process on how to absorb the learnings into our everyday lives. A must for people who want to ensure their memory is healthy and remains healthy throughout their lives.
Some of the aspects covered in such Memory Improvement Workshops are:
Creating a good lifestyle
Memory booster foods to add to your daily meal
Exercises that boosts mental health
Difference between remembering and recalling
Secrets to improve your memory
Memory retaining techniques to boost productivity
Techniques to remember and recall names, numbers and critical business information on demand
Common obstacles to a great memory – and how to eradicate it
Attending one such workshop will not only energize our tired brains, but will strengthen our ability to focus, sharpen our memory and recall process. The simple but effective methods used in the workshop will enable us to increase our memory productivity and overcome general absentmindedness.
Once you see the positive results, it becomes an addiction.
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