Is there anything that can be done about memory problems?

@saralee1 (1983)
United States
May 17, 2007 1:01am CST
I oftentimes forget things, and it drives me crazy! other things stick in my head, and drive me crazy! am I going to have to count on pencil and paper forever as I have since I was a kid, or is this an imbalance that can be corrected?
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@Rohit20 (327)
• India
17 May 07
Here is true solution to your problem--- * Wake early in the morning,sit in cool air preferebly in greenry,breath deeply closing your eyes....be stressfree,do relexingly without exherting much pressure,as per your body capacity. *This is deep breathing exercise,which improves blood circulation in your body,resultantly your brain and nervous system will reveive oxygenated blood supply and thatway you will gain remarkable improvement in your memory. * Internal irritaion will ward off and body immune system will work faster than those of common people.You will feel confident and be rid of disease ,if any. *This is a sort of yoga that undoubtdly provides extraordinarily fantastic results and makes body everfit.
@saralee1 (1983)
• United States
17 May 07
Whoa! yes!!! I think I really like this idea,and I'd like to thank you for the brainstorming! I have noticed that when I jog on my treadmill in the morning, I do feel much better, so this could be a circulatory problem of some sort, so thank you! I can definitely do the greenery thing too, I have a few green plants around. And, I'll check into the Lecitine at a later date, if I see no improvement. thanks again!
@kaka135 (14016)
• Malaysia
17 May 07
Well, I believe if we seldom practise our memory skill, we'll tend to lose it. When I was in school, I used to always memorize the text books for exam, and my memory was said to be very good. But now, I always have bad memory problem. I think it's because after school, I seldom memorize things. Now, I try to set reminder using my handphone so that I won't forget certain things. And also think if I have missed out anything. By practising these, at least my memory is a little bit better now.
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@sad_man (81)
• Romania
17 May 07
here...look at this i hope that i don't breake any rule of this kinda chat ....look at thi adress.....was hard for me because i tiped manualy!!! so please look at it! www.healthscout.com/ency/68/581/main.html
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@saralee1 (1983)
• United States
17 May 07
hey, thank you for the link! I will make sure your manual type in doesn't go wasted!
@sad_man (81)
• Romania
17 May 07
a heart atack no...but sure he will say who is that M**F**R who told you this!??!? i'll kill him!! lol ahahah no ,I was serious about that lecitine
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@sad_man (81)
• Romania
17 May 07
ask him as soon as possible it's verry good!
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@saralee1 (1983)
• United States
17 May 07
LOL! maybe. I was actually hoping for some mental exercises, you know, crossword puzzles, or reading or something. He isn't going to have a heart attack if I ask, is he?
@sad_man (81)
• Romania
17 May 07
take vitamines and stop smoking w**d....hihi once i've smoked so much that i was smoking in front of my house and i was forgoten where i live! I searched the whole naiberhood for 2 hours till i found my house! ow....it's great to tale LECITINE realy helps! just go to local pharmacy and say that you need sommething for memory and they give u lot's of stuff and really helps seriously
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@saralee1 (1983)
• United States
17 May 07
I've had the memory problems since I was a child. My father had them as well. I take vitamins, and I don't smoke w**d. (the stuff stinks like a sock, who'd wanna smoke that stuff?) but, I'll ask my brother(he is a pharmacist) about the Lecitine, like you were saying (I wrote it DOWN!) hahaha!