2 :Take natural supplements, such as ginkgo biloba, which increases brain circulation and helps it get rid of toxins. Deep breathing exercises also help get more oxygen into the blood and brain.
3 :Detoxify your body. Toxin buildup in the body can cause brain fogginess, confusion and temporary memory loss. Cilantro is effective in removing heavy metals; eat ½ tablespoon fresh cilantro daily and drink plenty of water. Burdock root and red clover are effective blood cleansers.
4 :Practice visualization exercises. Take time daily to visualize yourself full of energy, happy and enjoying life. This is a good way to manage stress and minimize memory loss. According to the Department of Neurosciences at the University of California, studies show that prolonged stress destroys brain cells, thus affecting memory.
5 :Boost brain areas that govern mood by consuming foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids to maintain a positive attitude. Examples include salmon, sardines, flax and walnuts.
6 :Talk to yourself. Remind yourself of the positive things in your life. Commend yourself for the way you look and when you do good deeds. This may sound crazy, but it programs your brain to think positively about yourself. The result is a good attitude.