5. Bilingualism

5. Bilingualism

According to numerous studies, bilingualism can contribute to better memory, improved visual-spatial skills, and higher levels of creativity.

The good news is that it’s never too late to reap the rewards of learning a new language. According to researchers, you can boost your memory and improve other mental functions by becoming a student of a new language at any time in your life.

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Brain Exercises: 5 Practical Ways to Boost Memory, Focus, and Mental Skills

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4. Meditate

Daily meditation can calm your body, slow your breathing, and reduce stress and anxiety.

But did you know that it may also help fine-tune your memory and increase your brain’s ability to process information

Find a quiet spot, close your eyes, and spend five minutes meditating each day.

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1. Apps That Help
  1. Lumosity
  2. Neuro nation
  3. Dakim
  4. Clever mind
  5. Fit brains trainer
  6. Elevated
  7. Brain metrix
  8. Eidetic

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2. Cards!

On mentally stimulating activities for adults, say a quick card game can lead to greater brain volume in several regions of the brain. The same study also found that a game of cards could improve memory and thinking skills.

Try learning one of these tried-and-true card games:

  • solitaire
  • bridge
  • gin rummy
  • poker
  • hearts
  • crazy eights

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3. Vocabulary

Research shows that many more regions of the brain are involved in vocabulary tasks. To test this theory, try this cognitive-boosting activity:

  • Keep a notebook with you when you read.
  • Write down one unfamiliar word, then look up the definition.
  • Try to use that word five times the next day.

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