Business Insider UK spoke to British neuroscientist Professor Tim Bliss about some simple tips that will help to improve your memory.
Professor Tim Bliss said, “It’s something which of course one has always asked and actually it’s a very difficult question to answer.
There are one or two tips perhaps. Rehearsing things counts. When you’re learning, it helps to learn not in one great block. Split what you’re trying to learn into a number of mini blocks and space them in an hour or so apart and then try to rehearse things before you go to sleep.
It’s pretty clear that during sleep memories get consolidated and so what’s most recently learned is likely to be consolidated the best during sleep so that’s a couple of tips.”