Associated memory and memory maps

On neuro-plastcity & the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease 

There are certain images stored in the part of the brain as a disjoint memory. Once that part of the brain gets excited, the images can come forward and create an associated memory map that can draw information from itself. This concept can be used in advanced AI networks, where we can draw information from the images and connect them unconditionally. Let us take an example on a tour to Paris. We store images in our mind like Eiffel Tower and Rhine in our brain. Once this memory slots are used in a proper manner, the memory stay fresh. We meta-tag the images in our mind and add a memory mark.

When such images are out of sync or not is use, they get stored in the secondary memory slots. Each images are inter connected with one other though a common associated memory. When we recall that path or a tag, the image pops up again in the preference of the memory slots. The tag or the link can activate a part of the brain.

This can also be useful in treating Alzheimer’s disease as well. Neuro-Plasticity when applied can stretch the memory path towards the images, which once activated can recreate brain cells and help in the treatment of Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. On similar lines, the activation of strong and positive memories can associate with a natural treatment of the disease associated with the biological clock. For example, if we are aging, certain hormones change our body structure, and if we delay such secretions, we can also stop aging. Positive memory associations and storyline can create positive impact on the mind which is abstract than brain.

Cognitive theory learning can help us disassociate negative memories and hence reduce our stress in the mind. Negative memory or even stress can age us before the time as well. Hence, it is essential to have a positive link in the brain and phase out the negative vibes and memories from the brain. Strong memory associations can help us create a long impact, both spiritually and psychologically.


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