The Memory Manual: 10 Simple Things You Can Do to Improve Your Memory After 50

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Quill Driver Books, 1999 - Psychology - 223 pages
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Do you forget appointments? Tired of looking for your car keys? Embarrassed when you forget the name of someone you’ve just met? Always planned to go to college, but lately been worried that your memory won’t be up to it? Wish you could remember more details about what you read? If so, The Memory Manual is the book for you! A simple, holistic program that will get you or a loved one on track to a better memory and a fuller life!
 

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A standard self-help book: advice, personal stories, exercises applying the advice. Since the author works/lectures on aging, the material at least related to my age range. Read full review

Contents

Understand How Your Memory Works
7
Equip Your Memory Tool Chest
29
Three
50
Find the Motivation and Commit Yourself
57
Goals from the Urge to Live
66
Develop Your Resources and Energy for a Better Memory
75
Increase Your Power to Focus
101
Developing Better Attention and Concentration
109
Take Care of Your Health
139
Physical Exercise and Memory
145
Alzheimers Disease
152
Understand and Cope
175
Become Your Own Mentor
189
Resources
209
Bibliography
215
About the Author 224

Identify and Address Problems with Focusing
117

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