Learning Languages is brain exercise

Learning Languages is brain exercise

Learning languages is a brain exercise which increases intelligence, multitasking, decision-making and problem solving skills and helps you from diseases like Alzheimer.

Learning a new language or practising already known languages needs high concentration, conversational skills and discipline; therefore your brain needs a strong workout.

Polyglots score higher academically and are faster to answer the intelligence quizzes. They handle conflicts easily and they are better in marketing and commerce.
Recent studies tell us that that learning a new language increases our mental alertness.
Another study tells us that polyglots are better listeners because their minds can distinguish between different speech and sounds at the same time. This makes polyglots to understand what others are saying and makes them more focused, attentive focused, receptive.  This is why also polyglots can learn more languages faster than monolingual people can.
Polyglots can switch very easily from one language to another; this is why they can handle multiple tasks simultaneously.

A polyglot’s brain is faster than other’s; as it is always practising languages inside it; therefore it is easy to retrieve information, react faster in decision making and solving problems than others.

All these functionalities, we spoke before make your brain exercise constantly and improves your memory.

Studies reviled that learning languages impact a positive effect on brain and it also reduces the risk of chronic neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer or other neurological disorder diseases.

Ninì Manuja

Studies from University of Chicago, Edinburgh, Los Angeles and Berlin.