Avoid dementia with a language learning program
According to a study published in the journal of Neurology, speaking more than one language is thought to lead to better development of the areas of the brain that handle executive functions and attention tasks, which helps protect from the onset of dementia.
In their studies, they found that people who spoke two languages staved off dementia for a full four and a half years later than those who spoke just one. Incredible.
I’ve been calling for volunteers all week to help us test a new way of learning Spanish because I really believe these new methods work, and I think there’s a social and medical urgency to take advantage of this opportunity NOW.
No matter how bad you think your memory is, I aim to prove that it’s not at all your memory that’s failing. It’s the fact that you’re sorely lacking in memory recall skills.
The United States is quickly becoming one of only a few countries where its people speak just one language.
Please volunteer by entering your name and email address in the volunteer box, here.
Please also share this message with anyone you know who has tried a language learning program in the past and failed. It’s a fun and fast way to learn a new language. And the sooner we get to 50,000, the sooner we can test these new methods.
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