Mnemonics - Remember In Quick
and Easy Steps


Memory Loss Facts Staff

You might have heard of Mnemonics and how they can help you

improve your memory.

Memory methods aren't difficult or tiresome activities; in fact, it's

as if there's no pressure when doing the actual memorization because

of how simple and pleasant the steps can be. An example of a

mnemonic method is the Loci System.

A good scenario when the loci system can be effectively used is

when a person has several items or a list needed for immediate

remembering. The first important thing to remember when using the

loci method is the familiarization of a place and the correct order

of locations of the chosen place. It could be the dining room,

bedroom or kitchen at home or a favorite route in the park. It

doesn't matter where, as long as the location can be easily

recalled accurately by the doer.

Let's say, the specific locations are the parking lot, pond, willow

tree and the benches in the park. So, let's pretend the items are

umbrella, dog food, cell phone and picnic basket. To associate the

items, visualize strongly hundreds of open umbrellas falling down

on the parking lot as you find a space where you could park.

Next,as you pass by the pond, you pick up the usual dog food to feed

the fish followed by the big willow tree bearing cell phones for fruits

and lastly, as you sat by the benches, a picnic basket approaches

and sells you what is inside it. Each time you visit the park or

any other place you're strongly familiar with; you can immediately

associate the specific locations with any items you need to remember.

When using this method, it's better to imagine objects in familiar

places in bizarre or amusing ways because it helps a lot in

retaining information.

There are many memory improvement techniques that can help you

improve your ability to recall important information.  Whether it involves

daily activities  school work or work related tasks, improving your

memory is possible by using methods you can easily learn. 

Click below to learn more about the Loci System and other memory

improvement techniques:

The Loci System is Here

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