Only 1% Of The Population Can Pass This Colored Memory Test

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How do you stack up?

Have people ever commented on your incredible ability to recall specific details about a picture, painting, book or memory?

Having a healthy memory is not something everyone can boast about. In fact, most people's memories tend to be not so great. Not to mention, it's widely believed that humans will, more often than not, remember events incorrectly, adding or omitting certain details.

If you're someone who struggles with memory, you might want to look into some practices that will help you sharpen it. The benefits of having a sharp memory are endless, especially when it comes to relieving stress and anxiety.

Those with good memories see the world in a different light. They rarely struggle to remember a person's name upon seeing their face. "I forgot" is a phrase of the past.

Their bills are always paid on time, they always know where their car keys are, and they never wander into a room only to forget what they'd came for. Phone numbers roll off the tongue just as easily as they rolled into the ears.

You know that you took your allergy pill this morning, and yes, the stove is turned off and all the doors are locked. You never come home from the grocery store missing an item on your list, because you don't need a list.

As you can see, a sharp memory benefits us in almost every area of life. Not only does it remove the little stressors that plague us throughout the day, but it makes social interactions easier and health.harvard.edu/healthbeat/7-ways-to-keep-your-memory-sharp-at-any-age">improves our ability to think.

Find out how good your memory is and whether or not you're part of the 1 percent of people who were able to pass this colored memory test. Who knows, you might have a more powerful memory than you think.

 

 

This article was originally published at Higher Perspective. Reprinted with permission from the author.

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