3. Music and Art Therapy Helps Your Memory
There has been a growing body of evidence that shows music or sound therapy can help people with memory loss and traumatic brain injuries. Of course, many of us enjoy music, as it energizes us, eases stress and soothes our souls.
Art therapy is another form of brain exercise. The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease found art therapy helped engage the attention of people with dementia or memory loss. It gives people pleasure and improves your self-esteem and social skills.
2. Make Checklists and Notes
In today’s world, we have so many things to take care of; I know I definitely need notes myself. So, help your memory by keeping a checklist going or even visual cues by posting what you need to remember.
1. Keep Up Thriving Social Relationships
The famous Blue Zones of the world, where people live the longest, are known for having quality relationships with their family, friends and community. Studies show these increased social skills keep your brain from mental decline and help you hold on to your memory.Related: 11 Predictors of Alzheimer’s You Didn’t See Coming