Get plenty of sleep


One of the most important steps to developing a super memory is getting enough sleep. Sleep deprivation limits your ability to concentrate and think clearly, making it difficult for you to retain information. When you’re tired, your brain produces less acetylcholine, which is what helps your brain cells communicate with each other and form memories. So if you want your child’s brain to be healthy enough for them to remember things at school or have the energy they need for their extracurricular activities, make sure they’re getting an adequate amount of sleep every night.

Eat healthy

1. Eat healthy, nutrient-rich foods that promote memory function. Some of these include leafy green vegetables, whole grains, and protein.

2. Drink plenty of water and avoid sugary drinks like soda or sweet tea as they can lead to an overload of simple sugars that provide little nutritional benefit.

3. Look for sources of Omega-3 fatty acids including fish (salmon), walnuts, chia seeds, flaxseed oil, or eggs.

4. Be sure you get enough sleep at night!