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Mild physical activity can increase the connectivity between parts of the brain responsible for memory formation and storage.
New research found two key brain functions, which improve cognitive abilities and memory in older individuals.
Earworms (having a song stuck in your head) play an important role in helping memories form, not only for the song, but also related life events like hanging out with friends.
Researchers found that thinking of positive memories can generate positive emotions, which have a range of benefits including reducing attention to and experiences of threat.
Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association, finally revealed that vulnerable neurons present in the prefrontal cortex undergo disruption in calcium storage with advancing age.
The researchers through an animal study examined how memories related to a specific sensory event are formed and stored in mice during sleep.