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Will you run out of memory?

So, are you worried about running out of memory in your lifetime?

The simple answer to this question would be,

“No, your brain cannot run out of memory.” However, health experts have noted that

  • Mental Illness

  • Poor eating habits

  • An infection

  • Medication side effects

  • Alzheimer's disease

Can increase your chances of having issues processing information, storing it, and later recalling that information.

How is your memory formed?

Memory is formed when the body repeats an action over and over again. It allows the body to get better at a certain activity. So...

Repetition = Retention.

If you developed a habit and retained its process, your actions become almost involuntary; meaning you do not have to think about controlling them.

This applies to both the mind (Thoughts & Emotions) and the physical muscles.

Do you know THE negative side memory?

Be aware Friends! I do believe there is a connection here.

Just as I can train myself to throw a baseball like a Major League pitcher; if I develop improper body mechanics, I will not get the results I want. Even worse, I can hurt myself in the long run. Look what happened to one of my clients 👇

I've worked on this man for over a year for various pain's he was having. He works a very physically demanding job that requires a lot of his attention and being on his feet for long hours. On his day's off he likes to play tennis.
One particular day he comes to my office with a pain in his elbow. I treated him, he felt better and I thought the treatment was a success,
Well, two more sessions later, The elbow pain keeps reappearing every time he plays tennis! I'm not getting anywhere and I'm confused.
So another week goes by and I ask about his elbow pain and he tells me, "it's gone!" I said, "Well, what did you do different" He said, he got a tennis trainer. And they noticed his serve was just slightly off. He made a change to his body mechanics and VOILA!


He became aware of what was wrong with his body mechanics, then was able to improve his muscle memory through repetition.

Serious Question: What type of music do you want to hear?

Emotional and thinking memory also applies very much the same way as muscle memory. If you repetitively think and feel;

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Fear focused

  • Drama

We are going to grind a deep groove into our "Mind's record" and that's the type of music we are going to consitantly hear.

Follow these 7 tips daily to improve your memory and your life.

  1. Meditate - increases blood flow to the brain

  2. Stay physically active - Motion creates emotion

  3. Spend time with others - Hug someone for 20 sec.

  4. Stay organized - Keep to-do lists up to date.

  5. Sleep well - helps you process new information.

  6. Eat real food - Maximizes memory function

  7. Bodywork - Restores and renews

Now I know you can't get bodywork every single day, but you should be getting a tuneup biweekly. This will take care of health tips 1 -5 in every session. Because you need:

  • emotional and physical calm and relaxation

  • stress relief

  • tension relief

  • improved sleep

  • to reduce fatigue

  • & uplift your mood

Make massage and bodywork a priority, and you'll be singing a new tune that improves your memory and your life.

Do you remember what Rest and Relaxation feels like?



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