Whether you are currently studying pre-med courses or are further along in the curriculum, battling with your memory can be frustrating. If you are trying to study for an exam, forgetting important details could make you question your capabilities. Try to remember that nearly everyone struggles with poor memory now and then.
Going to school in St. Kitts is an experience you will remember for a lifetime. Windsor University School of Medicine (WUSOM) offers a top-notch education in a supportive environment. However, the pressures of being in school can have an effect on your memory.
Student Services for Our Caribbean Medical School
We want you to succeed, and we encourage you to take advantage of the student services at our Caribbean medical school. Doing this will enable you to get the most from your time here, so you may relax and focus on your courses.
In addition to using the resources we provide, you can benefit from applying some strategies for improving your memory. Try these four easy tips the next time you’re feeling forgetful:
- Get Some Rest– Our students come from a wide range of locations, including places like Chicago, Dallas, and Vancouver. Have you ever felt so forgetful that you couldn’t even remember your hometown? That could mean you aren’t getting enough rest. Make sure you get a good night of sleep as often as you can. It isn’t always possible to get a solid eight hours every night. However, you might consider skipping that weekend beach party in order to get adequate rest before classes.
- Eat a Balanced Diet – Instead of loading up on junk food every time you study, try keeping a healthy diet for a few weeks. Then, see if your concentration gets better. Replace chips, sodas, and candy with brain foods, such as fish, avocados, and blueberries. You might be pleasantly surprised by your higher energy levels and restored memory.
- Get Moving– You can have some fun while enhancing your brain power. By getting yourself up and about, and stimulating your circulation, you will maximize the functionality of your brain. Even 15 minutes of activity per day can have a positive impact on your ability to remember. Whether you go to the gym or take surfing lessons, you can still reap the benefits of this practice.
- Brain Games– In addition to moving your body, don’t forget to exercise your brain. You can play Sudoku, do a crossword puzzle, or download an app on your smartphone. By giving your brain a workout, you can have fun while giving your memorizing skills a boost.
Remembering Your Way to a Caribbean Clinical Science Program
You will rely on your memory frequently during your courses at WUSOM. Make sure to keep your brain in the best shape possible. Whether you are presently enrolled in our Caribbean basic science program or our Caribbean clinical science program, brain power is essential. By taking good care of yourself, you will get more out of every day you are here.
Reach us today about the student services at our Caribbean medical school.