Many of us are looking forward to the month of June because of the heat and good weather, but others are worried such as, university students and high school students sometimes fear it because it is the time for final exams. These habits and delicious foods will help you maintain your concentration and boost your memory in this final stretch.
1. Plan and meet a schedule
Sleep at least 8 hours, if you study better at night, sleep a few hours during the day. Divide the study time by subject or subject, in this way you can better assimilate the contents. Take a break of 10 minutes every hour and a half approximately.
2. Order your place of study and control noise
Keep only the things you need to study on hand, keep the rest of the things that can distract you in a drawer. In addition, try to make your study place as quiet as possible, this will improve your concentration and help you retain concepts and knowledge more easily.
3. Read, underline, schemes
When you face a new topic. Make a comprehensive reading, highlight using different colors to highlight important concepts and words and finally make schemes for each topic. In this way the final review will overwhelm you less and writing and making schemes will help you to have the ideas much clearer and you will retain them more easily.
Having a good diet is essential to be able to make the most of all our capabilities. Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet is essential and for the toughest days we recommend these foods:
Nuts are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, essential oils and amino acids that improve memory and increase concentration.
2. Green tea
Green tea, while calming you to increase your concentration, increases the activity of brain waves.
3. Dark chocolate with at least 70% cocoa
Thanks to its composition, dark chocolate, improves blood circulation and blood flow to the brain which in turn benefits the memory.
4. Blue fish
Blue fish, such as salmon, is rich in omega 3 fatty acids that protect the brain and prevent memory loss, as well as improving concentration.
5. Spinach, broccoli and lettuce
Spinach, broccoli and lauchon contain antioxidants, minerals and vitamin K. Perfect to keep the mind active and predisposed for concentration.
Pasta such as macaroni, spaghetti, spirals … They are rich in glucose, which improves cognitive functioning.
Always keep a bottle of water close to keep you hydrated. This will help you maintain your ability to concentrate.
These are just some habits, foods and tips that will help you stay focused and boost your memory in these last days before the exams. And you, do you know any more? Share it with us and good luck!