Forget why you walked into a room? #Win a 3 month supply of Efamol Active Memory

Ever walked into a room and forgotten why you’re there? Well you’re not the only one! New research by Efamol, which manufactures a range of food supplements including Efamol Brain Active Memory, reveals that Brits are forgetting everyday things on a regular basis. Does this sound like you?

The research revealed that two-thirds (66%) of us walk into a room and forget why we’re there between 1-3 times per week and nearly half (46%) said they go to the fridge and forget why they’ve gone 1-3 times per week.

As a nation it seems we need to be writing more lists, as 55% of us tell ourselves we don’t need to write something down then completely forget about. I do write lists all of the time, as I’m afraid of forgetting something!

It seems we’re not much better remembering names either – 46% of us call someone by the wrong name 1-3 times per week. I do this with the children – does that count?

As a 24/7 online nation, we’re being asked to provide so many passwords, it’s no surprise that at least once a month 35% of us have to reset passwords for online accounts we’ve forgotten and 12% need to do so at least once a week. Sound like you?

Efamol Wellbeing Expert, Jayne Wilson comments, “There are several lifestyle changes that can help us to slow down and feel less overloaded on a day-to-day basis. These include taking time out to stay calm and focus on well-being or a brisk walk or a little meditation is a good idea. Whilst neither foods or food supplements can improve your memory, it is important to make sure that your body is well nourished, for example with omega-3 fat, DHA (Docosahexaenoic Acid), to help keep your brain healthy and foods rich in B12 (like good quality meat, fish, eggs, milk and cheese) and Folic Acid (for example, peas, chick peas, broccoli, dark green leafy vegetables e.g. cabbage, and fortified cereals) that help reduce tiredness and fatigue.”

If you think you may be lacking these from your diet, why not try a food supplement such as Efamol Brain Active Memory. From the Essential Fatty Acid experts, Efamol® Brain Active Memory contains a carefully selected high strength fish oil that is especially rich in DHA, the most abundant Omega-3 fatty acid in the brain, each capsule contains a full 250mg of omega-3 DHA, the level which contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function plus Vitamin B12, Folic Acid and Phosphatidylserine. This unique formulation also includes Ginkgo Biloba which may help maintain working memory.

Efamol Brain Active Memory, RRP £10.99, is available from, Amazon, Boots the Chemists, health food stores and independent pharmacies.

*Food supplements cannot replace a varied diet and healthy lifestyle*.

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Win a 3 month supply of EFAMOL ACTIVE MEMORY for brain health


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  1. I often forget things, especially if it’s a job my wife has given me to do…. :/

  2. i sometimes turn up to appointments on the wrong date! usually too early luckily! x

  3. I forget where I’ve put things mainly can never find what I’m looking for . I always put them where I can find them though but when I come to look I’ve forgotten where I did put them lol

  4. I have fibromyalgia which affects my memory so I can walk from one room to another and have forgot what I went for, damn frustrating

  5. I have write everything down, i cannot remember things very well, ok with routines, just news things i struggle with

  6. I’m forever forgetting where I put my glasses and I can’t count the no of pairs I’ve forgotten about.

  7. i always always forget hat im going to the shops to buy, i writes lists but usuall forget that too

  8. I never used to be forgetful but it’s become a real issue. I am really bad with names though and it’s something I’m working on.

  9. My Keys, I can never find them when I need them I forget where I have put them, but I find them in the end.

  10. I am pretty good at remembering but now and again at work I forget appointments which does not go down well

  11. I tend to forget things like doctors appointments and dentist appointments. My memory is definitely getting worse!

  12. I forget names or where I have put something or what I need to do so have to write reminders down

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