Active Memory Introduces Statistical Memory Games that Challenges the Brain

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Veröffentlicht am: 19.11.2015 07:25
Rubrik: Gesundheit & Medizin


(Presseportal openBroadcast) - There are a lot of strategies used to empower the memory. Science is continuously finding new connections between simple things that can be done every day to improve general memory capacity. Basically, memory is a complicated process that’s made up of a few different brain activities.

Recently, Australian Health Forum arranged an informal gathering of doctors and scientists to discuss about how people can stay mentally active while growing old. It is very natural for the brains to slow down as we go through our aging process. This is one of the reasons why staying mentally active can help improve our memory and delay other brain related memories.

It was discussed that brain games, word puzzles and activities can help a lot in keeping your memory vivid and brain active. The Active Memory Program, initiated by ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) is basically built on a breakthrough statistical model that examines the game results and serves up a customized training schedule that challenges brain at the right level of difficulty.

There are a lot of strategies used to empower the memory. Science is continuously finding new connections between simple things that can be done every day to improve general memory capacity. Basically, memory is a complicated process that’s made up of a few different brain activities. Brain sends signals in a particular pattern associated with the event and creates connection between the neurons. Consolidating the memory is very important. Consolidation is the process of committing it to long-term memory so it can be recalled later. If there is nothing done after that, the memory would fall right out of the heads again. For those who are already experiencing memory loss, playing games for the brain can improve memory and can be fun too. Studies have shown that keeping the brain active leads to less of a decline in thinking skills. For example, a study was conducted in which participants aged 65 or older took brain training that involved skill of memory, reasoning, and speed of processing information. Learning something new is a great way to stimulate the brain. Instead of an instrument, one can always consider taking a class to learn a second language. The best part about most of these memory games for seniors is that many of them also provide a great way to stay socially connected as well. Maintaining social relationships help improve the brain, too!

The Active Memory Program, initiated by ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) is basically built on a breakthrough statistical model that examines the game results and serves up a customized training schedule that challenges brain at the right level of difficulty.

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