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Ingenious tricks to boost your memory!

Memories are not only essential for our day- to-day ability to function, they are key to our relationships and signposts to events in our lives.

Now scientists have found that the memories — specifically, the type of memories our brain chooses to store — can influence our risk of developing certain conditions.

For instance, it is thought that the brains of people with anxiety and depression have a bias towards storing negative memories over positive ones.

‘And this can be a vicious circle because if your focus is on negative aspects then that exacerbates your depression,’ says Robert Logie, a professor of human cognitive neuroscience at Edinburgh University and an authority in the field of memory.

This, in turn, has a significant impact, as highlighted in recent research by King’s…

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