The Memoraid

Way of Life


Memoraid contains essential micronutrients, vitamins and dietary essentials. For maximum benefit, consume a healthy balanced diet alongside your Memoraid supplement. Eat fruit, vegetables and wholegrain foods. Remember to eat your five a day. Choose low fat protein sources like fish, lean meat and skinless poultry. Drink plenty of water: not enough water or too much alcohol can lead to confusion and memory loss. 


Australian researchers have revealed that eating too much junk food can have a detrimental effect on memory.  The study showed a diet high in fat and sugar caused inflammation of the hippocampus, the area of the brain associated with verbal and spatial memory. 

Socialise regularly

Social interaction alleviates depression and stress, both of which can contribute to memory loss. Find opportunities to meet with friends and family regularly and explore new environments and activities to improve your neuron network and boost the serotonin and dopamine in your brain.

Stay mentally active

Just as physical exercise helps to keep your body in shape, mental activities also maintain your brain’s shape and may even keep memory loss at bay. Learn to play a musical instrument. Do crosswords, voluntary work, Sodoku, read…..anything which keeps your mind active. Research has found that regular brain stimulation helps to improve and prolong healthy brain performance.

Sleep well

This is an essential way of consolidating your memories. Sleep should be high up on your priority list. Most adults require 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night for their physical and mental health as well as for effective memory function.

Keep physically active

Scientists have shown that regular physical activity can boost your memory and even help to prevent Alzheimer’s disease. A study by Kings College London in 2014 suggested the risk could be reduced by 21.8% if we exercise regularly. Physical exercise increases blood flow to your whole body, including your brain, thus keeping your memory sharp. The Department of Health recommends 20 to 30 minutes of exercise per day. Among other sports, cycling and jogging have been scientifically proved to improve memory function and a recent study of 100 over-55s showed that doing Hatha yoga produced better memory recall after only 8 weeks. 

Get organised

Aim to keep aspects of your daily life in order. You are more likely to forget things if your home is cluttered. Keep your essentials at hand. Keep a record of tasks, appointments and special events. It may help to make to-do lists and check off items you have completed to alleviate any stress on your memory. Try to streamline and prioritise your workflow so that you are not weighed down with too many tasks at once.    

Drink sensibly and quit smoking

It is well known that long-term heavy drinking can lead to shrinking of the brain. A recent study conducted by the University College of London showed that middle-aged heavy drinkers suffer memory decline up to six years earlier than those who drink less. However, even short-term binge drinking can affect long-term memory, as proved by a Spanish study in 2011. Always stick to the department of health recommended alcohol consumption guidelines. 


Smoking reduces the amount of oxygen that reaches your brain, damaging memory, learning and reasoning, according to an eight-year study conducted by the University College of London in 2012 which tested 8000 people on their memory, attention and verbal fluency. Without the damaging toxins contained within tobacco, your memory functions at a much higher level. For advice on how to quit smoking, visit your local pharmacy.