by Brittney Short
Here is what I do to improve memory. Everyday when I wake, up I walk into my bathroom around 8 am and open the medicine cabinet. Inside the medicine cabinet is a bottle of soy pills. I take two soy pills a day. I take one in the morning, and one in the afternoon.
Psychologists have studied that taking a soy pill everyday, twice a day, will improve your cognitive memory and slow you memory loss. Soy pills are beneficial, but soy milk does better than anything else.
I do not like the taste of soy milk, but the effect of this bean liquid is phenomenal. I am currently a full time student at a community college, and before I started taking the soy milk and the soy pills, I didn't do my tests very well. I am now receiving a B average thanks to the professional psychologists who proved this theory.
I learned about taking the soy milk and pills in my psychology class. I am not going through menopause, like most women that take soy pills and drink soy milk, but I still enjoy the benefits. I used to really struggle with remembering everything I needed to do for the day, and my prior obligations that weren't enjoyable for myself, but I do not struggle at all with these problems anymore.
Aside from the benefits of taking soy, my handy dandy cell phone has also helped me out. I love the alarm clock on my cell phone, which wakes me up in the morning, to remind me to take my medicine. I also love the timer tool on my cell phone that reminds me when important events are coming up. When I have a speech coming up, or a psychology exam, I would forget everything I need to bring if it weren't for my cell phone notes tool.
These are the three things that help me out the most with my cognitive memory. I hope that my memory tips will benefit others in the future.
I've seen reports linking soy products to memory loss as well. Here is one such report at UPI.com, which cites a British research linking regular intake of soy to memory loss.
So it may be a good idea to check with a physician before embarking on this diet.