Memory is important
not only for students to pass exams but to everyone in
everyday life. Remembering the names and other details
of people who are important to us improves our
personal, professional and social life. Remembering to
pay our monthly bills on time, ensures continuation of
those utilities without paying fines. Remembering
facts and figures related to our profession and
business ensures better performance and progress in
our personal and professional life.
Just as remembering
can help us in so many ways, forgetting can affect us
in different ways. Forgetting to send an application
on time can result in losing an opportunity.
Forgetting to lock the car can result in losing the
car. Forgetting to lock the house can result in losing
valuables. Forgetting to switch off appliances such as
gas stove can lead to accidents and death.
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Imagine what could be the cost of water and
electricity wasted by people who forget to close the
taps or forget to switch off the lights.
Memory lapses has led to death and disasters. In
Spain, a mother lost her child in the washing machine
because she forgot to switch off the machine. In
India, a mother lost her child because she forgot to
close the medicine bottle. In US, a man lost his child
because he left his car in the parking lot the whole
day, forgetting that his child was inside the car.
good news is that everyone of us can improve our
memory and develop a superb memory by learning memory
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hereto read some useful
Research-proven tips for a
better memory, recommended by Harvard Medical School.