improve memory

@hushi22 (4941)
July 15, 2010 7:11am CST
i just met a colleague this afternoon asking me a tablet, vitamin or so for memory improvement and i was just teasing him to take some stuff for older people. lolz... guys, do u know any ideal thing to take for memory enhancement? would u mind to share it?
7 responses
@ddaguno (3110)
• Philippines
15 Jul 10
Memory enhancing tablets are common and they are not only for old people . I used to take them in when I was in college. I don't take them anymore since I now work under a boss and I don't need to use my brain as much. Tell your friend to try Glutaphos... if that doesn't work for him just give him a bag of peanuts or any food with lots glucose.
@hushi22 (4941)
15 Jul 10
yeah, that was what i told him to have because it's very common. but i still prefer not taking those though. i prefer if he takes the right diet and mind exercise. but yeah, he asked so i told him glutaphos. i havent seen one this time though. im not sure if it still exists. thanks my friend
@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
16 Jul 10
If he likes fish and can afford it he should eat fish, preferably daily. The best fish for memory enhancement is tuna. Bananas and raisins. Penny wort, eaten raw or blended into a juice. Of course he should do some exercises to keep the blood flowing well in the body, and carry more oxygen to the body.
• Philippines
16 Jul 10
We used to eat fresh gotu kola leaves and I guess it helps improve memory a lot. We just picked the leaves out with a little bit of stem from the backyard, wash it and chew it. It tastes funny though but you can get used to it somehow. You might want to try thing out. No need for cooking. :D
@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
15 Jul 10
Recipes from my late grandma would include the okra or lady's fingers. But the challenge is to get them fresh, cooked and served equally fresh. As I grow up I realize that what our body absorbs through the food we eat has a great part to play as well.
• Philippines
15 Jul 10
If you need over-the-counter memory-enhancing medicines, I would recommend Memoplus or Glutaphos. I used to take them when I was in school and I think they were effective. However, the natural ways of memory enhancement are still more preferable. Things like regular exercise, proper amounts of sleep, and staying away from vices would contribute to a better memory. Also, eat a healthy diet rich in vitamins, minerals and omega-3. Stay away from fatty foods, junk foods, and artificial foods for they seem to cloud the brain.
• United States
15 Jul 10
Gingko Biloba has been known to increase blood flow and improve memory.
@sirzhang (229)
• China
15 Jul 10
Keep yourselt in good mood. keep your body in a good shape. Don't to be tired and try to remember something like an article, a song. You know, Memories should be practise.