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That’s because chronic stress floods the area of the brain responsible for short-term memory with the hormone cortisol. Figuring out and dealing with the root cause of your stress is the best way to get your memory back. In the meantime, experts suggest writing down what you need to remember. Because when we write things down, it enters our memory two ways – so we’re more likely to store the information.