Memory and learning are bonded in relation to one another. The concept is so similar that people confuse them with each other. Although many people think it is the same, by definition, the two are quite different. Learning is the process that will modify a subsequent behavior and memory affords people the ability to remember experiences. In this paper, the writers will discuss learning and memory, describe the neuroanatomy of and neural processes related to learning based on current literature. Also the relationship between learning and memory from a functional perspective. The writers will address why learning and memory are interdependent. Lastly they will discuss the importance of lifelong learning and brain stimulation to longevity and quality.