Additional research has also provided an enjoyable solution. I recently read about Dr. Marc Berman, Ph.D. who is a researcher at the University of Michigan. He observed a 20% increase in participants' brainpower after a study had them take a one hour long walk in natural environments. In other words, the participants commune with nature.
Each person in the study went through psychological testing and those who participated in the one hour nature walks before the testing had a 20 percent increase in their attention capacity. Those who didn't take a rejuvenating walk, did not test as well. It is important to note that the increase in attention and memory capacity only occurred with those participants who walked in parks and peaceful environments. Strolling down a busy sidewalk or city street did not yield the same results.
So a twenty percent improvement in your short-term memory and attention capacity is available to you by just communing with nature, but I told you that already. Right?
Bill Lauto, GTG