Improve Your Memory Now: Maximize Your Brain Power

Version: Abridged
Author: Gary Small
Narrator: Gary Small, M.D.
Genres: Self Development
Publisher: Sounds True
Published In: August 2003
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 2 hours
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How would you like to remember the names of every person you meet? To recall phone numbers and appointments easily? And to keep those memory powers for a lifetime? In his bestselling book The Memory Bible, Dr. Gary Small showed that memory loss is not an inevitable consequence of aging — and that it is possible to begin increasing your brain power immediately.
With Improve Your Memory Now, this pioneering physician offers listeners a powerful new way to experience his groundbreaking program: through an immersive audio training course designed to boost memory power — with the very first session.

Distilled from Dr. Small's revolutionary work as director of UCLA's Memory and Aging Research Center, this guided learn-with-the-author program includes:

• Breakthrough nutrition and lifestyle recommendations for keeping your brain healthy for life

• A memory self-assessment exercise to gauge the memory improvements you will gain during this course

• The "Look, Snap, and Connect" technique for remembering names, faces, information — and anything else — better

• "Mental aerobics" and other exercises to boost your brain power

• A guided relaxation session to reduce stress, a primary cause of memory impairment

• Plus a wealth of other research-proven techniques to Improve Your Memory Now

Reviews (2)

Good book

Written by Anonymous from Joliet, IL on March 3rd, 2006

  • Book Rating: 3/5

I enjoyed the first half of the book where you explore the brain and how it works from a physicians perspective. But, really the common sense exercises I did not really find life changing.

It was weird

Written by Jason Carter on February 18th, 2006

  • Book Rating: 1/5

This is a shortened version of his other book.

Author Details

Author Details

Small, Gary

Gary Small, M.D., is the director of the UCLA Memory and Aging Research Center. He lectures extensively and regularly appears on national television shows, including "20/20", "Good Morning America", "Today", and on CNN. He lives in Los Angeles.