EXERCISING THE MIND

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“But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.”

An interesting story about the man Isaac Newton, a renowned physicist, popularly known for propounding the law of gravity, is told. It was said that he was once under an apple tree when an apple fell on his head and so he began to ponder on why the apple fell all the way to the ground and didn’t stop mid-air. He thought of the pulling force behind it and that brought about the law of gravity which is known to all today.
An exercise of the mind is your gateway to outstanding discoveries. Great inventions are made by those who meditate on the “seemingly” normal circumstances.
In you are great potentials, but your mind plays a vital part in bringing them out. One way you can exercise your mind is by studying. No matter how gifted you are, how studious you are is what determines how colourful your [life] will be.

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Your mental capacity is so broad that it can accommodate and process almost any information; but until you exercise it to do that, it would remain ordinary to you. Don’t just seat on empty dreams, think discoveries and innovations, think big and wide, but back it up with as much information as you can gather.
Yes, you have greatness inside of you, but the knowledge you gather is what sharpens your mind for exploits. The major difference between a success and a failure is [the utilization of] information. When you gather positive resources and ponder on the information gotten, you receive inspiration for new innovations. Through positive exercise of the mind, you can break new grounds, and that’s what brings out the star in you. Exercise that mind today!

9 things mentally strong people do every day

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1. THEY MONITOR THEIR EMOTIONS.
People often assume mentally strong people suppress their emotions, Morin says, but they are actually “acutely aware” of them.
“They monitor their emotions throughout the day and recognize how their feelings influence their thoughts and behaviors,” she says. “They know sometimes reaching their greatest potential requires them to behave contrary to how they feel.”

2. THEY PRACTICE REALISTIC OPTIMISM.
Having a positive outlook all the time is impossible, and too much negativity is counterproductive.
Mentally strong people “understand that their thoughts aren’t always true, and they strive to reframe their negativity,” Morin says. “They replace exaggeratedly negative thoughts with a more realistic inner monologue.”

3. THEY SOLVE PROBLEMS.
To put it simply, “mentally strong people refuse to engage in unproductive activities,” Morin says. Instead of sitting there complaining about your bad day at work and wishing bad things wouldn’t happen, evaluate why something went wrong and fix it. Learn how to calculate risk and move forward from there, she says.

4. THEY PRACTICE SELF-COMPASSION.
Rather than beating themselves up for mistakes, mentally strong people practice self-compassion and speak to themselves as they would speak to a good friend, Morin says.
“They respond to their inner critic as if they were standing up to the schoolyard bully,” she says. “They forgive themselves for mistakes and cheer themselves on as they work toward their goals.”

5. THEY SET HEALTHY BOUNDARIES.
One thing mentally strong people avoid is giving away their power. People give away their power when they lack physical and emotional boundaries, Morin says. They can establish healthy boundaries, however, by behaving assertively, she says.
“They accept full responsibility for how they think, feel, and behave,” she says, “and they refuse to let other people dictate whether they’re going to have a good day or a bad day.”

6. THEY MANAGE THEIR TIME WISELY.
Mentally strong people describe time as a finite resource, Morin says. That’s why they try to use it in a meaningful way. “Rather than waste energy dwelling on the past or resenting other people for taking up their time, they focus on more productive activities,” she says.

7. THEY STRIVE TO FULFILL THEIR PURPOSE.
Successfully fulfilling your purpose in life takes time. Mentally strong people understand this and focus on the big picture, keeping in mind that today’s choices impact their future.

8. THEY SEEK TO GROW STRONGER.
“Mentally strong people view everyday challenges as opportunities to grow stronger,” Morin says. Additionally, they never settle or consider themselves strong enough. There is always room for improvement.
“They know that just like physically strong people need to work out to stay in good shape, they need to keep working out their mental muscles to prevent atrophy,” she says.

9. They monitor their progress.
Doing whatever it takes to improve can help you reach your greatest potential. It starts with acknowledging your weaknesses and having a “no excuses” approach.
“Rather than make excuses for their mistakes or failures, they seek explanations that will help them perform better moving forward,” Morin says.

AN ALTERNATIVE WAY OF HANDLING CANCER by Johns Hopkins

AFTER YEARS OF TELLING PEOPLE CHEMOTHERAPY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TRY (‘TRY’, BEING THE KEY WORD) TO ELIMINATE CANCER, JOHNS HOPKINS IS FINALLY STARTING TO TELL YOU THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE WAY.

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1. Every person has cancer cells in the body. These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it just means the tests are unable to detect the cancer cells because they have not reached the detectable size.

2. Cancer cells occur between 6 to more than 10 times in a person’s lifetime.

3. When the person’s immune system is strong the cancer cells will be destroyed and prevented from multiplying and forming tumors.

4. When a person has cancer it indicates the person has nutritional deficiencies. These could be due to genetic, but also to environmental, food and lifestyle factors.

5. To overcome the multiple nutritional deficiencies, changing diet to eat more adequately and healthy, 4-5 times/day and by including supplements will strengthen the immune system.

6. Chemotherapy involves poisoning the rapidly-growing cancer cells and also destroys rapidly-growing healthy cells in the bone marrow, gastrointestinal tract etc., and can cause organ damage, like liver, kidneys, heart, lungs etc.

7. Radiation while destroying cancer cells also burns, scars and damages healthy cells, tissues and organs.

8. Initial treatment with chemotherapy and radiation will often reduce tumor size. However prolonged use of chemotherapy and radiation do not result in more tumor destruction.

9. When the body has too much toxic burden from chemotherapy and radiation the immune system is either compromised or destroyed, hence the person can succumb to various kinds of infections and complications.

10. Chemotherapy and radiation can cause cancer cells to mutate and become resistant and difficult to destroy. Surgery can also cause cancer cells to spread to other sites.

11. An effective way to battle cancer is to starve the cancer cells by not feeding it with the foods it needs to multiply.

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CANCER CELLS FEED ON:

A). Sugar substitutes like NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, etc. are made with Aspartame and it is harmful. A better natural substitute would be Manuka honey or molasses, but only in very small amounts. Table salt has a chemical added to make it white in color Better alternative is Bragg’s aminos or sea salt.

B). Milk causes the body to produce mucus, especially in the gastro-intestinal tract. Cancer feeds on mucus.. By cutting off milk and substituting with unsweetened soy milk cancer cells are being starved.

C. Cancer cells thrive in an acid environment. A meat-based diet is acidic. Meat also contains livestock antibiotics, growth hormones and parasites, which are all harmful, especially to people with cancer.

D). A diet made of 80% fresh vegetables and juice, whole grains, seeds, nuts and a little fruits help put the body into an alkaline environment. About 20% can be from cooked food including beans. Fresh vegetable juices provide live enzymes that are easily absorbed and reach down to cellular levels within 15 minutes to nourish and enhance growth of healthy cells. To obtain live enzymes for building healthy cells try and drink fresh vegetable juice (most vegetables including bean sprouts) and eat some raw vegetables 2 or 3 times a day. Enzymes are destroyed at temperatures of 104 degrees F (40 degrees C)..

F. Avoid coffee, tea, and chocolate, which have high caffeine Green tea is a better alternative and has cancer fighting properties. Water-best to drink purified water, or filtered, to avoid known toxins and heavy metals in tap water. Distilled water is acidic, avoid it.

12. Meat protein is difficult to digest and requires a lot of digestive enzymes. Undigested meat remaining in the intestines becomes putrefied and leads to more toxic buildup.

13.. Cancer cell walls have a tough protein covering. By refraining from meat it frees more enzymes to attack the protein walls of cancer cells and allows the body’s killer cells to destroy the cancer cells.

14. Some supplements build up the immune system (IP6, Flor-ssence, Essiac, anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, EFAs etc.) to enable the body’s own killer cells to destroy cancer cells.. Other supplements like vitamin E are known to cause apoptosis, or programmed cell death, the body’s normal method of disposing of damaged, unwanted, or unneeded cells.

15. Cancer is a disease of the mind, body, and spirit. A proactive and positive spirit will help the cancer warrior be a survivor. Anger, unforgiveness and bitterness put the body into a stressful and acidic environment. Learn to have a loving and forgiving spirit. Learn to relax and enjoy life.

# CAUSES OF DEPRESSION

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1. STRESS
Stress take the first place prize. Its true that any stressful environment and situation can lead to depression. it can be anything such as social stress, getting a job, relationship difficulties, worrying about money, staying up late, lifestyle out of control, pressures of school and getting good grades. Other events that could cause depression are: death, change of job, moving from one place to another: even the fear of the unknown can cause depression. The list is endless. While these events cannot be avoided, we must come up with an effective stress coping mechanism to be able to thrive even in stressful situations because they are never going to go away. stressful situations just keep changing.

2. DRINKING DRUGS
People who take drugs and alcohol are more prone to depression, When these substances are used at a young age, they can affect a person’s brain in negative ways. These substances help make the person feel good temporarily, but in most cases, people become addicted.
Drugs release dopamine in the please center of the brain. For example: delicious food boost dopamine release by about 50%. Sex, on the other hand, double this number. However, drugs can increase dopamine release anywhere from four to ten times. This unnatural high almost certainly leads to depression after the high goes away. This substance is the surest way to fry brain circulatory.

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Drugs make a person depressed more than it make them happy. This effects will spiral downward until the person doing drugs will want more and more of the substance to break the cycle of depression that follows each high and so addiction is born.

3. NOT ENOUGH SLEEP.
Studies show that up to 40 percent of adults do not get the proper amount of sleep per day and among students, up to 71 percent complain of sleep disorder and lack of sleep.

Sleep is essential to a person’s health. During sleep, the body repairs itself and reorganizes thought. Lack of sleep contributes to lack of coherence in brain waves. This scenario often leads to depression. Sleeping during the day and stay up late also interferes with the body’s natural rhythms. This can lead to a sense of depression.

OFFICE ETIQUETTE

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Office Etiquette or Office Manners is about conducting yourself respectfully and courteously in the office or workplace. The essence of good manners and etiquette is to be respectful and courteous at all times and with everybody. First impressions are important! You are the ambassador/s of the business.
Always act with HONESTY and DIGNITY

CHEWING gum and popping bubble gum in the presence of co-workers is neither cool nor dignified. Never do it whilst attending customers.

WEAR APPROPRIATE OFFICE ATTIRE, for example correct footwear, not thongs (flip flops) – they are strictly casual or beachwear. No exposed midriff to display tattoos and body piercing.
BE neat, clean and as conservative as the business requires you to be. We are put off by smelly people. So, be sure to shower regularly and use a suitable deodorant.
Do not cough or sneeze in anyone’s direction. Use a tissue, if possible, to contain the germs and then say “Excuse me”

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Therefore, treat your co-workers, cleaners, maintenance people and others with respect and courtesy
Keep your interruptions of others to a minimum and always apologize if your intrusion is an interruption of a discussion, someone’s concentration or other activity
SHOW RESPECT for each other’s work space. Knock before entering
SHOW APPRECIATION for the slightest courtesies extended to you
BE HELPFUL and co-operative with each other.
Brush up on your computer skills so that you can help others. Aim to improve your other workplace skills and attributes too.

SPEAK CLEARLY WITHOUT SHOUTING. Loud people are a vexation. Say, “Please; Thank you; You’re welcome”, as part of your everyday courtesy
Be discreet and compassionate in your criticism of a co-worker. Don’t gossip about any co-worker’s private life. Do not try to sell things to your colleague
Don’t hover around while waiting for a co-worker to get off the phone. Leave a note for them to call you or return later

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Take responsibility for your mistakes, apologise and go about correcting the mistakes. Apologise if you are clearly in the wrong. If in doubt, apologise anyway. It’s no big deal

BOSS
If your boss criticises your work, enquire about what precisely is wrong with it. Consider the comments, discuss them amiably if you disagree with the comments but defer to the bosses opinion if he/she is adamant. The boss always gets the benefit of the doubt. Don’t argue with the boss (however, there are standards of etiquette for employers too.

Make new employees feel welcome and comfortable around you. Don’t be a busy-body
Show consideration for other people’s feelings. If there is conflict, do not get personal in your remarks. It is extremely rude to arrive late for a meeting. It is ruder still to not attend at all. Having a good excuse does not exonerate you. Do not dominate the meeting. All communication must take place through the chairperson. Do not interrupt another speaker. Pay attention to the proceedings quietly. Don’t shuffle your papers. Do not leave the meeting until it is closed by the chairperson

Never be petty or small minded in your behaviour. Always be particularly respectful to those older than yourself even if they are junior to you in position. Your elders are generally more mature in judgment and life’s experiences and this deserves your respect even in the workplace. ‘Mute’ your cell phone in the office. No fancy ring tones.

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OFFICE ETIQUETTE

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Office Etiquette or Office Manners is about conducting yourself respectfully and courteously in the office or workplace. The essence of good manners and etiquette is to be respectful and courteous at all times and with everybody. First impressions are important! You are the ambassador/s of the business.
Always act with HONESTY and DIGNITY

CHEWING gum and popping bubble gum in the presence of co-workers is neither cool nor dignified. Never do it whilst attending customers.

WEAR APPROPRIATE OFFICE ATTIRE, for example correct footwear, not thongs (flip flops) – they are strictly casual or beachwear. No exposed midriff to display tattoos and body piercing.
BE neat, clean and as conservative as the business requires you to be. We are put off by smelly people. So, be sure to shower regularly and use a suitable deodorant.
Do not cough or sneeze in anyone’s direction. Use a tissue, if possible, to contain the germs and then say “Excuse me”

How-To-Break-Free-from-Being-the-Go-To-Guy-at-the-Office

Therefore, treat your co-workers, cleaners, maintenance people and others with respect and courtesy
Keep your interruptions of others to a minimum and always apologize if your intrusion is an interruption of a discussion, someone’s concentration or other activity
SHOW RESPECT for each other’s workspace. Knock before entering
SHOW APPRECIATION for the slightest courtesies extended to you
BE HELPFUL and co-operative with each other.
Brush up on your computer skills so that you can help others. Aim to improve your other workplace skills and attributes too.

SPEAK CLEARLY WITHOUT SHOUTING. Loud people are a vexation. Say, “Please; Thank you; You’re welcome”, as part of your everyday courtesy
Be discreet and compassionate in your criticism of a co-worker. Don’t gossip about any co-worker’s private life. Do not try to sell things to your colleague
Don’t hover around while waiting for a co-worker to get off the phone. Leave a note for them to call you or return later

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Take responsibility for your mistakes, apologise and go about correcting the mistakes. Apologise if you are clearly in the wrong. If in doubt, apologise anyway. It’s no big deal

BOSS
If your boss criticises your work, enquire about what precisely is wrong with it. Consider the comments, discuss them amiably if you disagree with the comments but defer to the bosses opinion if he/she is adamant. The boss always gets the benefit of the doubt. Don’t argue with the boss (however, there are standards of etiquette for employers too.

Make new employees feel welcome and comfortable around you. Don’t be a busy-body
Show consideration for other people’s feelings. If there is conflict, do not get personal in your remarks. It is extremely rude to arrive late for a meeting. It is ruder still to not attend at all. Having a good excuse does not exonerate you. Do not dominate the meeting. All communication must take place through the chairperson. Do not interrupt another speaker. Pay attention to the proceedings quietly. Don’t shuffle your papers. Do not leave the meeting until it is closed by the chairperson

Never be petty or small minded in your behaviour. Always be particularly respectful to those older than yourself even if they are junior to you in position. Your elders are generally more mature in judgment and life’s experiences and this deserves your respect even in the workplace. ‘Mute’ your cell phone in the office. No fancy ring tones.

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PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW

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Learning is living. Knowledge is power.
Today we are treating the matter we had on our last update: PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW.

Over time, we have conducted interviews in our office, we have come to notice many mistakes people make and why so many do not pass interviews.

Just imagine that someone coming for an interview and do not have any idea of the company/firm they desire to work for or did not dress well or cannot defend his or her field of study. Do you think such a person will pass?

To make this issue easy, we have outlined some important things you must know before going for an interview.

1. Research the organization. This will help you answer questions and give you an idea of questions to expect.

2. Compare your skills and qualifications to the job requirements. How does your qualification relate with the position you’re vying for? If you can convincingly put them in words, then you are half way there.

3. Prepare responses. Understand the questions before responding. Relax, smiling could show as a sign of confidence. Sometimes repeating the question asked could give you some micro-seconds to think of answers.

4. Plan what to wear. Your dressing is your address. Be neat and simple. Do not look hungry or un-kept and do not be over dressed.
5. Plan what to bring. Your Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV) is very vital. You can also come with any other certificate or papers you have in case they are requested for.

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6. Pay attention to non-verbal communication. Watch the body language of the Panel interviewing you, their body language will give you an idea if you are hitting the right points. If you are smart enough, you can turn your answers to a conversation. Don’t let your answers be monotonous (eg, Yes, No, True, False). Endeavor to give some details.

7. Follow up. Call or mail the number or email through which you got the interview invitation once in a while to get updates. You could be considered a more serious person and hence get the job but do not burg with your calls, calling all the time or at busy office hours could be a minus to you. Do not call late hours either, you may be seen as a nuisance. Best times to call are Wednesdays and Thursdays between 10:30am and 2:30pm. Mondays and Tuesdays are very busy days, while Fridays are mostly used to roundup the week’s activities. So be timely.

8. Finally, Pray. We all need help from above. Life is easier when you have The Almighty handling the affairs of your life.

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COMMON DISEASES IN AFRICA AND HOW TO PREVENT THEM

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No matter how careful we are, we can’t always escape the increasing number of diseases lurking in our daily lives in Africa, below are the most common of such diseases and how they can be effectively prevented.
MALARIA: Malaria is leading cause of morbidity and mortality in our country, this disease is caused by plasmodium species whose vector is the anopheles mosquito; it is usually transmitted by mosquito bites.
Malaria can be prevented by eradicating mosquitoes or preventing bites, simple ways to do this include
Keeping a clean environment; clear drainages and gutters•
Cut down grasses and clear swamps around your house•
Sleep under a mosquito net(preferably the treated ones)•
Spray your room with good insecticides twice weekly•
Window nets have been found to be helpful in preventing bites•
Mosquitoes are attracted by sweat, so it is essentially to take a bath before going to bed and making your bedroom cool•
See your physician once you notice this symptoms( fever, joints pain, headache, bitter taste in the mouth and fatigue)•

COMMON COLD OR FLU: Common cold as the name depicts is everywhere, it is also known as nasopharyngitis or acute coryza is a viral infectious disease of the upper respiratory tract which affects the nose primarily causing sneezing, sore throat, cough and runny nose, it is usually self-resolving after about seven to ten days. The only possible ways to reduce the spread of the viruses are physical measures such as hand washing, reducing contact with anyone with symptoms and wearing of masks amongst health workers

HIV/AIDS: Human immunodeficiency virus is a slowly replicating retrovirus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome; an infectious disease in which progressive decline and failure of the human immune system leads to life threatening opportunistic infections and cancer. It can be prevented by the following practice
Proper use of condom during sexual intercourse•
Proper screening of blood before transfusion•
Avoid sharing share objects•
Safe injection practices•
Proper circumcision of male children•
Post exposure prophylaxis to health workers and rape victims•

PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE: This is a term for inflammation of the uterus, fallopian tubes and/or ovaries as it may progress and lead to infertility; it is usually caused by bacteria, fungal or parasites. route of spread is usually via sexual intercourse or via post abortal sepsis and intrauterine device insertion. If untreated it could lead to infertility or ectopic pregnancy. Below are ways to prevent PID
Abstinence /proper human sexual behaviour•
Use of barrier methods such as condoms or diaphragm•
Avoid vaginal douching•
Good personal hygiene; never wear a panties twice•
Periodic pelvic examination and STI testing to screen for symptomless PID•
See a gynaecologist once you notice any abnormal vaginal discharge•
Treating partners to prevent reinfection or spread to other people•

HYPERTENSION: This is also known as high blood pressure and it simply means that the blood pressures in the arteries are elevated and this requires the heart to work harder than normal to circulate blood through the vessels. Blood pressure is summarised by two measures systolic(when the heart contracts) and diastolic( when the cardiac muscles are relaxed).High blood pressure is present when the pressure is 140/90mmHg and above, this is a major risk factor for stroke, heart failure, myocardial infarction and chronic kidney disease. This disease can be prevented by the following
Maintain normal body weight for adults; body mass index of 20-25kg/m2•
Reduce dietary salt intake•
Engage in regular aerobic exercise daily•
Limit alcohol consumption•
Eat lots of fruits and vegetables•

ACUTE DIARRHOEA: Diarrhoea is very common water and food-borne disease. Caused by a wide range of enteric organism, symptoms include passage of loose stools, fever, abdominal cramps and sometimes vomiting. The ways to prevent diarrhoea include
Avoid consumption of uncovered foods such as fruits cut and exposed•
Drink only potable water•
Avoid eating foods sold by food vendors and bukas•
Wash your hands before eating•
Wash your hand after you use the toilet•

WHAT’S SPECIAL ABOUT DRINKING WATER IMMEDIATELY AFTER WAKING UP?

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Drinking water immediately after waking up is a popular ritual in Japan. Scientists agree that is very beneficial to our health. For curing various kinds of diseases drinking water has been found to be very successful in the Japanese medical society, treating numerous diseases, including:
Epilepsy, bronchitis asthma, diarrhea, vomiting, urine and kidney diseases, diabetes, menstrual disorders, meningitis, arthritis, headache, heart beating fast, all eye diseases, prevents fatness etc.
1. Drink 4 x 160 ml of water immediately after waking up, even before brushing teeth.
2. Now you can brush your teeth, but don’t eat yet anything for another 45 minutes.
3. After 45 minutes you may eat normally.
4. After eating breakfast, lunch and dinner do not drink or eat anything for another 2 hours.
5. Those unable from sickness or age to drink 4 glasses of water can gradually increase the content little by little each day.
6. People who practice this routine will cure above mentioned diseases and enjoy the full benefit of healthy life.

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Below we will describe the list of days it takes to practice this routine for curing certain kinds of diseases:
1. Gastric – 10 days
2. High blood pressure – 30 days
3. Constipation – 10 days
4. TB – 90 days
5. Diabetes – 30 days
Patients with arthritis should practice this treatment only for 3 days the first week, and continue daily from next week.
This treatment method has no side effects, however at the commencement of treatment you may have to urinate a few times. It is better if we continue this and make this procedure as a routine work in our life. Drink Water and Stay healthy and Active.

5 FACTORS THAT NEGATIVELY AFFECT YOUR MEMORY FUNCTION

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1. Menopause
Thankfully, the memory issues related to menopause are for the most part temporary. The hot flashes that you experience during menopause can result in a lack of sleep that negatively affects your ability to encode and retrieve memories.

2. Lack of Sleep
As you know from the point about menopause, lack of sleep can contribute to memory deficiencies. There are studies out there suggesting that sleep can improve synaptic plasticity and synapse health, which strengthens the connections between neurons. If neurons can’t communicate properly because of sleep loss, then it becomes more of a challenge to remember small details.
Tip: Try to get about 8 hours of sleep a night. If that can’t be done, try to squeeze in a short mid-day nap to help restore your brain power. But at the same time, no matter how many naps you take – your body still does need a good night’s rest.

3. Thyroid Issues
Your thyroid doesn’t directly affect your brain; after all, it’s in your neck. That being said, memory issues are often characteristic of thyroid disease. The same disease also has a link to impaired concentration and ability to focus. In fact, thyroid disease sometimes makes an appearance disguised as this surprising mental disorder.

4. Anxiety & Depression
Increased levels of cortisol (the stress hormone) which are especially applicable to anxiety lead to your brain losing synapses. Keep in mind that these synapses are a key means of communication between neurons, so without their function, it becomes a lot harder to both encode and retrieve memories.

5. Smoking
Smoking doesn’t just have a link to cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. Did you know that it also impairs the ability for blood to flow into your brain? Studies have shown that memory function does tend to decline more in smokers than non-smokers, because a buildup of abnormal proteins can develop in the brain that impairs information relay.
While some of these factors are easier to avoid than others, they can all be managed by eating balanced diets that are rich in vitamins and nutrients. It all comes back to incorporating all of the memory-boosting solutions into your daily routine that you can’t really afford to neglect.