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Do you remember what you had for breakfast yesterday? How about two weeks ago? If the answer is no, don’t worry – you’re not alone. Memory fades over time, and it’s normal to forget some of the details of our everyday lives. However, forgetting important information can be frustrating and even dangerous.
That’s why it’s important to test your memory regularly and track your progress over time. MemTrax is a new brain test that allows you to do just that. In this MemTrax brain test, we will ask you a series of questions designed to measure your memory recall ability.
The pictures will get progressively more difficult to remember as you are flooded with stimuli and you will have a limited amount of time to answer each one. At the end of the test, you will be given a score that you can use to track your progress over time. So what are you waiting for? Test your memory today
We all know that our memory isn’t perfect. We’ve all had the experience of forgetting where we put our keys or what we were supposed to buy at the store. But did you know that there are different types of memory? And that some types of memory decline more than others as we age?
There are three main types of memory: working memory, long-term memory, and sensory memory. Working memory is what we use to remember things in the short-term, like a phone number or an instruction from our boss. Long-term memory is for remembering things over a longer period of time, such as the name of a childhood friend or the capital of a country. Sensory memory is a very brief type of memory that allows us to remember things we’ve just seen or heard, like a face in a crowd or a piece of music.
MemTrax is a great way to test your memory and track your progress over time. The MemTrax brain test is designed to measure your memory recall ability, and at the end of the test you will be given a score that you can use to track your progress. MemTrax also has a series of articles that provide information on different types of memory and how they decline as we age. So why not give MemTrax a try today?
Different Types of Memory – Information Retention after distraction (minutes to hours, short-term memory, declarative memory).