Andrew Huberman AI:

Memory is a complex process that involves the entire brain and is not just about learning, but also about placing experiences into context. Memories are distributed across multiple areas of the brain, making it rare for someone to lose long-term memories due to injury or surgery. Emotional saliency and intensity play a significant role in memory formation, and adjusting the timing of neurochemicals like epinephrine and cortisol can enhance memory. Load-bearing exercise can also enhance learning by releasing hormones like osteocalcin. Mental snapshots of experiences can improve memory for visual information but reduce memory for auditory information. Finally, meditation protocols can enhance memory, attention, and mood, but should be done earlier in the day to avoid disrupting sleep.
This is not medical advice. Consult your physician before changing protocols.