Memory Lapses May be Normal. However, ‘You Can Use Technology to Prevent Them’ Announces eReflect

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With a recent study concluding that memory lapses are more than normal, a leading producer of self-improvement software is urging people to actively prevent them by using computers.

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A recent article in Canada’s Vancouver Sun newspaper concluded that memory lapses are ‘perfectly normal’.

However, eReflect, a leading producer of self-improvement software packages is urging people to use computers to actively lower their risk.

The announcement coincides with record sales for the company’s Ultimate Memory software. Scientifically proven to improve memory, the company’s Managing Director believes it has proven the beneficial role that computers can play:

“There is finally a direct link between computer usage and improved memory” says Marc Slater, who commissioned a scientific body to develop the memory improvement software.

Continuing, “Memory lapses may be normal, as are arthritis and high cholesterol. However, all of these routine conditions can be easily prevented. In terms of memory, we believe that computers and self-improvement software hold the key.”

The results of self-improvement software appear to stretch far beyond just memory. Those taking advantage of the packages have reported increased communication skills, interpersonal interaction and even better job prospects.

“Many people forget the true value of computers. They lead the medical world, the education sector and also, according to what we have seen, they can directly affect your health” Slater adds.

However, observations by eReflect made it clear that simply using a computer isn’t automatically productive. In order for a user’s health to directly benefit, it is important for correct software to be used.

In fact, Slater and his team go as far as suggesting that only fully-approved, scientifically-backed software is considered.

“There is a lot of third-party software that won’t benefit you. It is vitally important to only use software packages that have scientific backing” he explains.

More information about using software to improve memory can be found at:

About eReflect

eReflect is a world leader in self-improvement software, with products currently being used by tens of thousands of people in over 110 countries.

When Ultimate Vocabulary was released in 2006, it quickly became the most sought after and awarded vocabulary software available. Since then eReflect has released a number of highly successful and popular products in the speed reading, spelling, and memory improvement markets.

eReflect prides itself on creating the best products available. Each eReflect product represents the painstaking work of top content experts, engineers, academic studies, and customer research. All products are backed with a famous 365 day no-questions-asked money-back guarantee.

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