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    Despite the somewhat widely held opinion that our memory weakens as we age, it doesn’t mean that the loss will be sudden. Unless you’re experiencing early onset dementia, it’s more likely that you won’t even notice your memory getting less sharp. However, you might have been seeing some signs that your memory isn’t as good as it used to be. If you have to write everything down to not forget something, you might want to look into ways to strengthen your memory. To help you do that, we’ve come up with a list of exercises to keep your mind sharp: Classic Brain Exercises When you mention activities with improving memory, most people think of regular brain exercises. Crossword puzzles, studying languages, playing chess or being creative are all among the generally recommended activities for keeping your memory sharp. However, there’s also an abundance of physical exercises that all benefit memory — so you can stay fit in more ways than one! Weight Training Lifting weight doesn’t only benefit your muscles. Testing the memory capabilities of three control groups of women that were assigned different activities revealed that the weightlifters far outperformed other groups in memory tests. The best part is that these exercises don’t have to be highly intensive. You can start slow if you’re out of shape, using just your weight for resistance training. Walking There have been many studies published about the benefits of regular walking. Whether you’re going at your pace or a brisker one, it benefits your health in multiple ways. One of them is boosting your brain capabilities and cognitive health. Thirty minutes a day is the optimal amount of time you should dedicate to walking, so get your most comfortable pair of shoes on and do some light walking every day. Stretching/Yoga
    Exercises to Keep Your Memory Sharp

    Despite the somewhat widely held opinion that our memory weakens as we age, it doesn’t mean that the loss will...

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