Tips to Help You Prepare for the USA Memory Championship (Part II)

The USA Memory Championship is on March 16 in New York City! Have you trained your memory? Here are some helpful tips.   Names and Faces When you meet someone new, look for a distinguishing feature on their face — big nose, bushy eyebrows, earring, dimple — whatever jumps out at you first. That will…

Tips to Help You Prepare for the USA Memory Championship (Part 1)

The USA Memory Championship is less than six weeks away! Have you trained your memory? We’ll be sharing tips and tricks in the weeks leading up the Championship, so continue to check in!   Forget What You’ve Learned Instead of memorizing by repetition, put interesting visual pictures in places in your mind where you can retrieve them. This technique…

Four Dimensions of Brain Health

The four dimensions of brain health are the lifestyle factors that may help to improve overall brain health. By focusing on four key areas: diet, physical health, social well-being and mental engagement, you can help to support brain health and function throughout life. Diet Your brain — and the foods you feed it — plays…

The MIDAS Study

Do you often forget where you left your keys? Have you ever searched around your home looking for your sunglasses, only to find they’ve been sitting on your head the whole time? Have you ever gone to the mall and walked out unable to remember where you parked your car? If you answered yes to…

Ways to Remember More

Studies show that improving brain health is something every person can achieve. From how often we exercise, to the foods we eat and how social we are, our lifestyle can support the health of our brain. Nelson Dellis, the two-time USA Memory Champion, is a great example of someone who took control of his brain…