If you don't want to look at gory pictures as a way to improve your memory there is a less disturbing technique available.
Scientists believe they may have found a way to improve our memory by as much as 10%.
Researchers at Imperial College London have used a technique called neurofeedback to train people to remember more clearly.
It works by showing people their own brainwaves on a computer screen, and teaching them how to control them.
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