What is Memory?

Memory is the faculty by which the brain can encode, store, and retrieves the information we have learned or experienced. It is termed as a record of experience for guiding future actions. As it is not a flawless process so sometimes we misremember the past things. These are not encoded properly in the first place of memory.

These problems can range from actions like forgetting where you left your car keys, wallet, etc. to some major diseases, like Alzheimer’s, dementia, that affects the quality of life and unable to function properly.

Different areas of the brain like the hippocampus, amygdala, etc. affect different aspects of memory. Like the hippocampus is linked to spatial memory, which helps the brain map the surrounding world and finds its way around a known place while the amygdala is linked to emotional memory.

How are memories formed?

For making new memories, information must be changed into a usable form with the help of a process known as encoding. Once it is encoded successfully, it must be stored in memory for later use. Many of the times this memory lies outside of our awareness except when we actually need to use it. A process called retrieval allows us to bring stored memories into conscious awareness.

How long do memories last?

Some memories are very brief for just seconds long, and allow us to take in sensory information about the world around us.

Short-term memories are last about 20 to 30 seconds and these memories also involve the information we are currently focusing on and thinking about. But some memories are capable to endure for long-lasting days, weeks, months, or even decades. These long-term memories lie outside of our immediate awareness, but when they are needed we can draw them into consciousness.

What are the different types of memory?

Memory is divided into two types- Short-term and Long-term Memory

Short-term memory: In this type of memory your mind stores information for just a few seconds or a few minutes. Like typically enough time to dial a phone number or write down an instructor’s thought. The brain can hold an average of seven items in short term memory.

Long-term memory: It involves making an effect to retain the information because it is personally meaningful to you like information about the family and friends, material you’re studying for a test. It also involves episodic memories like personal memories about experiences, semantic memories like the color of your hair, and procedural memory like work you perform in your daily routine.

How to Improve Memory with the best Ayurvedic tonics?


Chandigarh Ayurved Centre is providing you the best Ayurvedic treatment for improving the memory power. The herbs that are used in the formation of these Ayurvedic formulations have been used in Ayurveda for many ages to boost up the memory power. People of any age group can use these formulations. These herbal formulations are free from chemicals, additives, fillers, and have no side effects. The formulations that are used in boosting the memory are- Mann mitra tablet, Brodley syrup, Brahmi capsules, and Brain relaxant churna.

 

Detail of products:

1. Mann Mitra Tablet

Mann Mitra tablet is pure Ayurvedic formulation that comprises of various herbs like Ashwagandha, Jeevak, Bala, Vacha, Kakoli, Nirgundi, Shilajatu, Twak, Kantakari, etc. These herbs have been used since ancient times to treat psychiatric conditions by balancing all the three doshas of body i.e vata, pitta, kapha. It also improves intelligence and speech problems by strengthening the nervous system. The above-mentioned herbs like Bala, Vacha, Brahmi, Nagkeshar, etc works on the brain and fight insomnia, sleep disturbances, anxiety, and stress. It improves brain functioning and hence it also treats epilepsy.

Dosage: You can take 2 tablets a day after meal with normal water.

 

2. Brodley Syrup

 Brodley Syrup of CAC is 100% pure, natural & safe to use. It is prepared from pure extracts of herbs like Brahmi (Bacopa monneiri), Shankh pushpi(Convolvulus pluricalis), Ashwagandha(Withania somnifera), Dhania, Jatamansi(Nordostachys jatamansi), Yasti madhu (Glycyrihiza glabra), Shatavari(Asparagus racemosa), saunf, Choti elachii, etc. These herbs possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and immuno-modulator properties. Ashwagandha used in this formulation provides strength to the nerves for the proper functioning of the brain. It also deals with other brain-related issues like Memory loss, decreased intelligence, etc. As per Ayurveda concept, it balances all the three doshas of the body. Being an immune-modulator, it provides strength, firmness to the body, and works against infectious diseases.

Dosage: Take 2 teaspoonful twice daily with water after meals.

 

3. Brahmi Capsules

 Brahmi is the one the best herbs for boosting up the memory power. These capsules are prepared from the pure and natural extract of Brahmi. These capsules improve brain functioning promotes mental illness, ease the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease, and strengthens the nervous system. This herb possesses a cooling property that keeps the mind calm and also promotes sound sleep. Its regular use boosts up the immune system and prevents the body from infections.

Dosage: 1-2 capsules twice daily with water after meals.

 

4. Brain Relaxant Churna

As the name suggests, Brain Relaxant Churna is specially formulated to keep the main relax. This churna is formulated with herbs that show a calming effect on brain-like Amla (Emblica officinalis), Sonth (Zingiber officinale), Marich (Piper nigrum), Bala (Sida cordifolia), Bala (Sida cordifolia), Suddha Gandhak, Lauha Bhasma, etc. These ingredients are natural stress buster and provide you relief from anxiety and stress. This churna acts as a nerve tonic, immunomodulatory, carminative, and anti-inflammatory.

Dosage: 1 teaspoon twice a day with hot milk.