Ten Keys for Boosting Memory to Improve Study Habits by Master Hypnotherapist Dr. Georgina Cannon

(PRWEB) September 1, 2005

Here are some ways to achieve an “A” and still have a life.


Memory

1) is easy to train.

Start training your memory to retain information for longer periods of time and become more aware of using a combination of sets of self-hypnosis and memory (What was the person who just passed you in street clothes? How many people were standing in line at the store last cash you went to? What tag name of the cashier say?)

2) The memory is triggered by the context.

Study in a physical location that is put in place similar to where your examination will take place. In other words, the study at a desk with a chair, not laying on the bed in the garden or slumped on the floor!

3) Your body can help you remember

If your body is in a coherent position to study, it will increase your chances of recall. The body works best when consistent familiarity becomes the norm. For example, with sports or dance, repeat the same thing consistently in the same location confirms the action. We call it muscle memory, when in fact it is the muscles respond automatically to the memory of the mind.


Memory

4) depends on your mental state.

When studying, you must keep the same objective and more attention in making you a test. How to ensure that happens is to establish the mental state in advance through the training of hypnosis, so you go to a slightly altered state both when studying and when to take the tests. Hypnosis allows better concentration and levels of activation and improves your ability to recall.


Memory

5) requires amounts of information to manage.

Study for periods of regular time such as 20 or 30 minutes, then take a break of 10 minutes. Then another study for 20 or 30 minutes followed by another break of 10 minutes. If you can not concentrate or remember what you just read, then stop, pause and study some more. The brain retains more when you learn in small quantities to manage. While you enjoy the reading material, to force you to take. Pause

says Cannon? By understanding the power of your subconscious to retain information, you can use much less time and effort to get results much more!? Dr. Cannon teaches these simple techniques through hypnotherapy to maximize study habits and improve efficiency.

For more tips and / or to interview Dr. Cannon call Darlene Montgomery

@ 416-696-1684.


Dr. Georgina Cannon

is recognized by many in the media? The Source? for expert advice in the field of hypnotherapy and issues around complementary wellness treatments, and she regularly meets with medical professionals and well-being to improve their knowledge and awareness of hypnosis and the dynamic healing potential of the soul, life or travel past.

She also serves on the advisory board of the National Guild of Hypnotists. Georgina specializes in enabling clients to make major life changes, healing personal and emotional problems, and facilitates research and Past Life Regression sessions. Dr. Cannon received the NGH worldwide “Hypnotism Media Award” to be considered as the source of information for the media. She was also inducted into “The Order of Braid? In recognition of outstanding achievement, dedication and service to the profession of hypnosis.

For more on Georgina Cannon visit, http://www.ont-hypnosis-centre.com/


Dr. Georgina Cannon

has been featured in national print and broadcast news articles and television programs, including a three-part one hour series on CBC Television, aired in fall 2004.


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