5 Ways To Boost Memory And Concentration

It is normal to be forgetful occasionally, for instance, forgetting where you put your phone or keys. It happens to us all as a result of our busy lives where we may be juggling multiple things at a time causing our focus and concentration to be divided.

Lapses in memory and forgetfulness become a problem when you experience episodes of poor memory consistently.

Many factors come into play when a person experiences memory loss, such as age, genetics, and some medical conditions that may affect the brain.

To prevent this from happening, there are many manageable things that you can incorporate into your routine through your diet and lifestyle changes that can help boost memory and concentration and protect your brain against dementia or Alzheimer's.

Below are five ways you can boost your memory and concentration:

Train Your Brain

Just like you have muscles in your body that you train through lifting weights, your brain is a muscle too which you should train through various activities that allow it to work and learn new things.

When you continuously learn new things and skills, you allow your brain to go through a process called neuroplasticity.

This helps the brain to constantly grow, adapt, change, and boost memory and concentration. You can learn many new skills over the internet nowadays by studying and doing new certifications to upskill yourself and taking part in a local group to learn a new sport or skill.

With the regular use of these mental workouts, your mind is constantly challenged to grow and evolve, thereby, improving memory.

By training your brain to learn new skills and knowledge, you can improve memory, concentration and boost your problem-solving skills.


Exercise and movement not only have a positive impact on your physical health but also on your mental and emotional health.

Daily exercises can help reduce the risk of cognitive decline that you experience with age and help prevent and protect your brain from degeneration.

Studies claim that aerobic exercises like brisk walking, running, hiking, swimming, or dancing can help boost memory in patients who have been diagnosed with early Alzheimer’s.


A daily mindfulness meditation practice can help boost memory and improve focus and concentration. It can improve brain function, improve both short and long-term memory, and reduce brain degeneration markers.

Incorporating a daily meditation practice, even if it is only 5 minutes long can increase brain plasticity.

Get enough quality sleep

Getting a restful night’s sleep of 7-9 hours is crucial for brain health. Constant sleep deprivation and a disrupted circadian rhythm can lead to cognitive decline and impairments leading to memory loss and lower focus.

Our bodies and minds rest at night when we sleep; allow your brain to repair itself by practicing good sleep hygiene and getting at least 7-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep.

Reduce Sugar Intake

Sugary desserts are a treat for our taste buds, but they play havoc on our brains and cause memory loss. Researchers claim that a diet high in sugary drinks and food is linked to developing Alzheimer’s and may cause a lower brain volume in total.

Avoid highly processed sugar food like fruit juices, and desserts, and try to add natural sugars found in fruits into your diet.

There may be some risk factors that may make you more prone to memory loss like genetics but there are lifestyle changes that you can make to boost your brain health and reduce the risk of memory loss and impairment.

Try to avoid highly processed and refined sugars in your diet, avoid being sedentary, be more physically active, and practice meditation every day to boost your memory and concentration.
This can be beneficial to your overall health and well-being and reduce your stress levels.

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