In the 21st century second language acquisition has become a necessity, and with the growing number of companies demanding it as a basic requirement, many educational institutes have resorted to integrating it into the school curriculum. In addition to this the English language which is the number one most acquired language after an individual's L1 (mother tongue) comes with its own advantages in relation to understanding international entertainment including music, and of course, it allows individuals to approach modern technology such as the computer with ease. However is it possible that acquiring a second language could improve our health by delaying the much feared Alzheimer's and Dementia and in fact some scientists have come to the conclusion that it does.
Alzheimer's disease is one of the most common forms of dementia. The term 'dementia' describes a set of symptoms which can include loss of memory, mood changes, and problems with communication and reasoning . This is primarily a result of certain sections of the brain being damaged. Alzheimer's is generally a progressive disease, and symptoms develop in intensity over time. Those in the intermediate stage of Alzheimer's will