For a long time scientists have been trying to understand what is known as oblivion. For example, if a person reads a sentence, how can it be forgotten after ten minutes or even a few seconds? What leads to that? How can we mitigate or help save the things we need to keep in mind for a certain length of time? So there are some things that are not worth forgetting at all but we forget them sometimes! So researchers and scientists tried to find a set of solutions and tips that help to keep the information as long as possible to avoid forgetting or even to reduce the development of your memory using internal methods and other methods are external as follows:
How to activate your memory
Try to focus a great deal while you receive certain information without being nervous. The process of keeping information depends on your mood and mood as well.
Try to use the method of organizing the information you receive by splitting it into small parts if the quantity is large to help yourself to memorize and remember faster, linking information to each other and relying on the method of understanding of the meaning required; because the concept is difficult to forget.
Try to review the information at least twice after receiving it, especially if it is new information and hear it for the first time; because the review process helps you save it easier and faster, and the most important rules used in the review process:
- You should always remember that if you do not review, your memory will be weakened.
- Always remember that the best time to review your information is when you feel you are about to forget it.
- It is always preferable to have the review process at different times and separate from each other because you are likely to forget even slowly after completing each review.
- During the review process, if you forget what you have saved, you can check back in more frequent times.
- During the review process, if you remember easily and quickly what you saved, stop reviewing and do not waste your time.
- Help your memory remember difficult information by linking it to a particular position, phrase, word or character, or even to convert it to a sequential story, especially if it is a complex and difficult to save table.