Information required by the brain needs to come at a rapid pace, regardless of the information's content. The information may be new and recent, or from years past. In some instances, the brain is unable to retrieve a vital memory. Contingent upon each situation that is presented, this inability may not be of concern; however, for some instances, this could be a great issue. Have you ever entered a room with a specific reason only to get there and forget your entire purpose?
Perhaps you have experienced memory lapses similar to the aforementioned. Or perhaps you have occasionally forgotten where you placed your keys, or have even been reacquainted with an individual whose name you cannot remember. Each instance can prove quite frustrating.
Perhaps you have chosen this book because you are striving to improve your memory. Located inside this guide are helpful tools and tricks that you can utilize to make this happen. By working through these tips you can minimize those moments of frustration and have improved changes in your memory bank.