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    1. If you don't remember what happened yesterday, then it makes sense to see a doctor. This can be a symptom of a number of serious diseases. The earlier the doctor makes a diagnosis and treatment begins, the more likely it is to slow down and the more prevent the development of the disease.

    2. Try to remember and reflect on what might have happened yesterday. In large chunks. Approximately what time did you get up? What you did next: breakfast, computer,trips,meetings with someone, etc. It is better to write down on paper those actions that you managed to remember immediately. Then add between them what else you can remember.

    3. Remember in the evening what happened during the day. What do you want to do tomorrow? Check what you remember by morning. This works very well as a summary of the day and helps you plan a new day.

    4. To test the general abilities of the mind, whether there is no degradation, take a high school textbook in algebra / geometry/physics/chemistry. Try to solve the simplest tasks. Do you remember any formulas or terms? Do you understand what is needed and why?

    5. Learning a foreign language in adulthood helps reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, etc.

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