Recalling information is a very valuable skill. Human memory behaves just like a muscle, if you don’t give it a systematic effort, it quickly weakens and begins to refuse obedience. Systematic training can keep it in excellent condition.
Distraction is the biggest enemy of memorizing important information. It shows up when you are trying to do many things at the same time. It is only seemingly time saving, to do many things at one time. In fact, operations, done one after another take less time and are made with much less mistakes. Memorizing is a process that requires peace. In order for our brain to be able to remember information and be able to recall it any time you need, it requires the ability to relax and focus. You probably know, that in nervousness and under pressure to remember something, usually nothing good comes up.
Short term memory is needed every day. It takes a big part and has great effect on the learning process. If you need information, you just need to read it before the exact response or exam, and everything will come to you without a problem. However, this memory technique should only be used in special cases, because such information is very quickly forgotten.
In the case of adults, concentration disorders are associated with sleep deficiency, fast pace of life, experiencing strong negative, as well as positive emotions, poor nutrition and stimulants, are the reasons to blame for improper functioning of concentration. Exercise such as Sudoku, Kakuro, scrabble, chess, or any mathematical puzzles are a good way to improve concentration and memory.