Benefits of learning multiple languages

Fortifying brain reserve

Learning more languages increases grey matter, boosts brain reserve, and reduces the risk of developing neurodegenerative conditions like dementia.

Flexibility upgrade

Learning a new language aids neuroplasticity – the ability of the brain to rewire and form new neural connections and prune existing ones.

Amping up executive  functions

More grey matter in the frontal lobes of the brain improves executive functions aiding learning, memory, recall, thinking, reasoning and multitasking.

Sync mastery

Learning languages improves the smooth and efficient coordination between different brain regions.  The electrical crosstalk between nerve cells enhances the integrity of the nerve connections.

Memory boost

Studies show learning languages helps improve working memory, the ability to complete tasks promptly and decision-making even with limited available information.

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