Is there any way I can improve my memory? I am 27 and forget simple things
constantly to the point that my spouse teases me about being old.
Unless there has been head trauma, growth, blockage,
or drug-interference, there is no reason for a young person of 27 years to
be developing Alzheimer’s or dementia that are so often associated with
aging memory problems. The most likely causes are poor concentration (or
attention deficit) due to brain-chemical imbalance, tiredness, depression
Anxiety, infections like Lyme disease or another virus, sleep disorder,
seizures, or MS.
Here are some simple steps that you can try out to improve your memory:
1. Get uninterrupted 8 hours sleep each night.
2. Do 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise including brisk walking, slow
jogging, bicycling, or swimming to improve circulation.
3. Turn yourself upside down for a couple of minutes daily.
4. On a daily basis, perform memory exercises, such as memorizing a set of
phone numbers forward and backwards, or focusing on an external object for 5
5. Take these supplements: B-complex vitamins, magnesium, CoQ10, alpha-lipoic
acid, fish oil or flax seed oil, and herbs like Chinese club moss, ginkgo,
If you still experience no improvement, consult your doctor for some tests
to rule out neurological disease. You can also try herbal supplements that
can help improve memory problems such as
Doctor question was answered by:
Maoshing Ni, L.Ac., D.O.M., Ph.D.
from his website: