Eye exercises improve memory
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Swinging eyes from left to right for 30 seconds each morning improves memory by 10%. This is the result of a study by Manchester Metropolitan University, published on timesonline.co.uk. The movement positively influences the interaction between the two hemispheres of the brain, say American researchers.
"Exercises might help you in situations where you no longer remember or are uncertain about what you said or did in the past. For example, exercises can help a person remember important data for an exam, ”says study leader Andrew Parker of Manchester Metropolitan University. American scientists point out that swinging your eyes from top to bottom is not efficient.
Read the whole article in: Evenimentul Zilei
May 8, 2007