How To Improve Memory – Free Information That Works

Are you looking to improve your memory? If so, we think you will find the 5 free memory improvement lessons and the informational videos on this site to be very useful.

There are many options for memory improvement out there: books, online and classroom courses, seminars, private lessons, and even hypnosis! However, it takes time to determine which information is really beneficial, and to locate the techniques that truly work. That’s what we’ve done here. We’ve put together the best memory improvement techniques that we have found to really work.

You might also find it useful to use these 5 free lessons in conjunction with memory improvement software. By using a software program dedicated to memory improvement, especially one like Ultimate Memory which incorporates the techniques we outline in these free lessons and videos, you’ll have the best chance to make steady progress in your memory improvement program.

To use this course, please click on the lesson headings and video titles you see listed at the bottom of this page. You might find it most useful to go through the lessons in order, but you can watch the videos and use the suggested techniques at any time. With a little practice using these valuable memory improvement tips, we’re sure that you’ll see noticeable results in just a few days.

The Five Best Ways to a Better Memory

Science has learned a great deal about the human mind in recent years, but much of what actually goes on in the brain is still difficult to quantify. One thing is certain – the human brain and the way it processes information is a thousand times more sophisticated than any computer or information processing system known to man. You might think that a computer stores information more reliably, but actually this is not so.

The human brain is far more efficient and processes a great deal more information than a computer does. For example, are you sitting someplace familiar right now – your dormitory room, your kitchen, or a favorite coffee shop? Take a look at all of the objects around you. You probably know each of them very well, and if you’re at home you’re undoubtedly completely familiar with where everything is in the room, and could likely describe the locations of these objects fro memory. However, there’s a great deal of more subtle information that you store that you may not even be aware of. You probably have a detailed memory of a picture on your wall, even though you don’t consciously notice it any more, and of how bright the lights in your room will make the room when you switch them on.

You know what a cold wind feels like on a winter’s morning, and you know what the sun looks like reflected in the river. You know all these things and a hundred million more, and they all go together to form the tapestry of your life. What’s truly amazing is that your brain can access a great many of these memories instantly.

Obviously your brain uses a very efficient system of cataloging information, so no matter how bad you think your memory is, it is a great deal better than you might think. Of course, everyone’s memory does fail sometimes. You may have trouble remembering a ten digit number, or even the names and faces of people you don’t know well. But this is often more the result of dealing with the overload of information that our brains are faced with in these modern and information-intensive times.

After all, we have to remember more things and use our brains in far more complex ways than our ancestors used to. Unless we learn how to best use our more evolved brains, there will probably always be some loss of information. The key to a good memory lies in the way our brains work. The center of memory is a portion of the brain called the hippocampus. Its function is to sort out all the facts that your mind is bombarded with every second of the day, and from these, to choose which facts will actually be stored in the memory pathways of the brain, and which facts will be discarded. Because of this subconscious sorting function, you might forget things that you want to remember sometimes, if your conscious brain isn’t focused on retaining that information.

Remember, the hippocampus is not under your direct control, but functions more or less automatically. This is exactly as it should be. You don’t have the time to catalog all the information your brain receives consciously, and that’s why the brain evolved this area to automatically sort and catalog information for you. And if it makes mistakes sometimes, and forgets things, there’s good news – it’s possible to learn ways to ‘cue’ the hippocampus about things that you really want to remember. It’s even possible to gain partial control over this area so that you can remember things better at will. How to do this, and then use that control effectively, is the focus of this guide.

In these free memory lessons and videos you’ll learn one or two of the best techniques and tricks to help you remember better. But you’ll also learn one or two helpful facts about how the hippocampus (and the brain) works that will help you to develop and retain a refined, sophisticated, and efficient memory that will rarely fail you.

Remember, your brain has vast capabilities, and it’s really less a matter of whether or not your brain can remember things, and more a matter of how much control you have over its memory capabilities. You brain stores information received over the whole course of your life, and then brings up this information when you need it (or sometimes even when you don’t), and it can certainly store the names and faces of people you meet or that hard-to-remember ten digit phone number. It’s only a question of learning how to do this, really, nothing more.

Now, everyone has a different reason for wanting to develop a good memory. A student studying for a college degree wants and needs to remember a great deal of information, not necessarily for the rest of their life, but certainly for upcoming examinations. A politician might want to develop a memory that can place hundreds of names and faces, a useful tool in any field that depends on maintaining good personal relationships. And you yourself might just want to be able to remember when you need to meet someone, or even where you last left your pen, your mobile phone, or your glasses.

But whether your ‘memory goals’ are large or small, there are easy-to-use ways to harness the memory capacity of your brain, so that it remembers all that you consciously want it to remember. There’s no guarantee that a university student will always remember everything he or she studies past the examination (isn’t there some universal law against students remembering what they study past their examinations?). But we can guarantee that, after applying these simple tips and techniques, you will be able to remember the simple little things that are so important – where you keep things, the face of a person you met the previous weekend, personal details that are important to your friends and family, your way around a neighborhood that you’ve only visited once before. These details can be so important in keeping your life running smoothly, and forgetting them is often disturbing to your peace of mind, potentially embarrassing in social situations, and even downright inconvenient.

One last bit of advice before we begin – how successful you are at developing your memory is directly proportional to how seriously you take this task, and just how much hard work you’re willing to put into practicing the techniques and methods we outline here. If you’re willing to work hard, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t develop an excellent memory – and if you’re not willing to work hard at this, then few of these methods will work. Keep this fact in mind as you study the five best ways to improve memory, and you’ll get the memory skills you want and need.


  1. The First Technique: Learn to Exercise your Memory
  2. The Second Technique: Consciously Controlling the Hippocampus
  3. The Third Technique: Using Mnemonics to Assist the Memory
  4. The Fourth Technique: Using the Body to Aid the Mind
  5. The Fifth Technique: Avoid Negative Emotions


  1. Memory Training – Even Memorize An Entire Speech
  2. Memory Improvement Techniques – Remember Words, Language, and More
  3. Increase Memory – Remember Quotes Word-For-Word!
  4. Improve Your Memory – Have a Fit Mind!
  5. Memory Techniques – Remembering Lists and More
  6. How To Improve Memory – Food For Thought
  7. Improve Memory – Avoid Memory Robbers!

Start with the first lesson here ->>