23.5.19

Take Care of Yourself this National Memory Day with Efamol Active Memory


Ever walked into a room and forgotten what you've actually gone in for? I have. In fact, I do it all the time. It's actually a really annoying trait I have. I'll be wandering upstairs, going for something or other, get to the top step, and whatever it is just goes straight out of my head.

Apparently, two thirds of Brits forget why they're walked into a room, that's according to new research by Efamol, which also reveals that Brits are forgetting everyday things on a regular basis. With nearly half of people saying they would go to the fridge and forget why they've gone there, around 1-3 times per week. I must admit that I am in this category too.

Having a bad memory can be really hard sometimes. Forgetting people's names can be quite embarrassing for myself and them too. It's also quite irritating that I constantly forget my passwords. I mean, I do understand the need for upper and lower case text, numbers and special keys, to stop anyone from hacking, but when you need to remember these, it can be a pain. 

So, it’s no surprise that at least once a month 35% of us have to reset passwords for online accounts, 12% needing to do so at least once a week. 


Fish is obviously one of the best ways to get that extra Omega-3 fatty acid into your body, but if you struggle to hit the target of two portions per week (including one oily) recommended by the NHS, a food supplement such as Efamol Brain Active Memory could be ideal to start taking this National Memory Day. Although do remember that food supplements cannot replace a varied diet and healthy lifestyle. 

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. With each capsule containing a full 250mg of sustainably sourced omega-3 DHA, the level which contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function plus Vitamin B12, Folic Acid and Phosphatidylserine. 

DHA fish oil is great for brain performance and vitamin B12 contributes to the normal functioning of the nervous system. This unique formulation also includes Ginkgo Biloba which may help maintain working memory with age decline and preserve cognitive function, giving you a supplement that can bring so much to the table.

I have been taking a daily Efamol Brain Active Memory for the past month, and even though I do sometimes struggle with my memory, I have remembered to take one each day, which is a step in the right direction, I guess.


Now, although food supplements should not be used a substitute for a balanced diet or healthy lifestyle, it is great to help your diet by adding in some extra vitamins and nutrients with the help of supplements. And remember you should consult your doctor, if you are taking any medication or have an existing health condition, are trying to become pregnant, are pregnant, are breastfeeding or have a history of epilepsy, before taking this product.

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

And so, to celebrate today being National Memory Day, I have a 3 months supply of Efamol Active Memory to give away to one winner. The winner will receive 3 packs of Efamol Active Memory, to give them 1 capsule a day, for 90 days. 

To enter to win a 3 months supply of Efamol Active Memory, enter via the Rafflecopter form below...

Ends midnight 16th June 2019


Please remember to check our full T&C's here. (No alternative products, no cash alternative). This giveaway is open to the UK mainland only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After any mandatory entries, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do.

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51 comments:

  1. Have tried these in the past - they really do make a difference

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  2. I haven't heard of these before. I must give them a go.

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  3. I drove off with a cup still on top of my car x

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  4. Wonder if they even work

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  5. laura stewart18:13

    i forgot my daughter once when she was a baby! left her in the shop!

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  6. I set fire to a chip pan in the kitchen, and ran out of the house completely forgetting my dad was asleep in the living room, luckily my sister asked about him or it could have been a tragedy

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  7. My handbag so I couldn't pay I was so embarassed

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  8. Forgot to pick my nephew up from school !!

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  9. I have forgotten numerous school things and end up taking things into school like dressing up days etc

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  10. My memory is shocking at the moment. Names are the worst and it's really embarrassing sometimes

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  11. I forgot our anniversary.

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  12. For a whole month I forgot to take my son's lunchbox to school 🐑

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  13. Always forgetting little things.

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  14. I forgot my debit card when doing my very last christmas food shop. I had only just managed to get the last cheese board too!!!! I had to leave the food in the supermarket and I went home. Being 20 miles from the supermarket by the time I got home I felt so mortified I couldnt return

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  15. I once forgot to get my wife a birthday card (it crept up on me as I was very busy at work) and let me tell you, that will never happen again! lol

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  16. This would be a great help

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  17. I forgot to pick my little girl up from pre school!!

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  18. I forgot the entrance key entry code at work that I use daily. Had to ask reception to let me in.

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  19. I forgot my log in details for my computer at work. I'd been there 5 years and one day it was just gone.

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  20. Literally today, I was at my Mums last night and I got on 2 buses home today, with 2 overnight bags, a 7 year old and a dog. Because the bus is £5 and a taxi is £20. Felt really pleased with myself until I got to the door and realised I left my keys at my Mums house... Ended up spending the £20 getting the taxi to drop off the keys. So much for that!

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  21. Yesterday I forgot my baby was playing in his jumperoo in his room and when I was putting some washing away in his room he made a noise and I jumped and dropped the washing!

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  22. I left a box of eggs on top of the car . They were still there a few miles down the road.

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  23. I once forgot the day of my dentist appointment and had to phone the next day as was worried we'd lost our dentist! We were very lucky, the appointment had been cancelled due to our dentist being ill, and as my phone number had changed, they hadn't been able to tell me!

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  24. I forgot my children's birthday, but it's just old age.

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  25. I need to pick up my daughter from school - as the childminder had something else in her diary...

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  26. i forgot to see the alarm and slept till 10 am on a monday morning! should have been at work at 9

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  27. Never heard of them but sound really good

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  28. I think the worst is family dates. Things are mentioned and if not reminded, they get forgotten!

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  29. Sebastian Hinds23:35

    Had been at uni for 2 years and one night completely forgot which toilet was for men and which for women in the student Union bar.

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  30. I forgot my passport and missed a flight! I could have kicked myself!

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  31. Im not sure if ive ever forgotten anything important - but I sometimes forget items in the supermarket I need

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  32. I constantly forget birthdays, and most of the time I forgot what day it is!

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  33. my purse when l went shopping

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  34. forgot my car once - left it at work

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  35. Troy Easton23:19

    My keys I left them in a shop before I had to go all the way back and ask if they had them and got them back.

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  36. I forgot my backpack when we went skiing and left it on the travel company's bus, lucky I got it back as it had laptop, gopro, passports etc in

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  37. emma kinsey09:36

    always losing money and my bank card

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  38. Just last week I forgot to top up my son's school dinner account so he went without his lunch as he couldn't get hold of me

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  39. My sister's birthday

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  40. I forgot that I left a drink on my car as I put my Daughter in her seat and drove off with it on the roof.

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  41. I forgot the clocks had gone forward when I was working on a TV show in Germany and our live set was an hour earlier than I thought it was supposed to be. My colleagues reminded me just int time to save the day otherwise I would have been fired.

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  42. I forgot it was Mothers' Day, even though I had bought a present and wrapped it! My Mum got her present around 2PM.

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  43. Michelle Ferguson19:10

    I forgot my handbag and left it in a taxi o holiday with 1500 euros in it and our passports, luckily I got it back

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  44. I forgot to ring my Mum on her 60th birthday :(

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  45. I forgot to put my bra on once lol x

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  47. Went out with two different types of black shoes on!

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  48. Mr Josef21:12

    I bought booked cinema tickets then forgot to tell my girlfriend or even go.

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  49. I am always forgetting to take my phone out even though its my lifeline :(

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  50. interesting! I am getting more and more absent-minded as I get older, my world is full of post-it-notes and reminder alerts!

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