SOS Memory

1 in 3 people can no longer remember their partner's mobile number: are we losing our memory? Can studying languages help? The answer is in this infographic.

It's not just a feeling (okay, maybe for boomers it is): are we really losing some of our memory, because of new technologies? The phenomenon is called digital amnesia and in general, many people delegate their ability to remember to technological tools.

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Can learning languages help people remember more?

Learning languages can help train and improve our mnemonic quality: memory is central to language learning, and there are countless benefits to this. From the ability to concentrate, to small daily upgrades, learning another language improves our brain’s declarative and procedural memory, as the infographic explains:

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