Does dumb mean you can't talk?

Table of contents:

  1. Does dumb mean you can't talk?
  2. How can I get smarter?
  3. How can I sharpen my mind?
  4. Which exercise is best for your brain?
  5. What is the best brain food?
  6. How can I memorize better?

Does dumb mean you can't talk?

I did a quick look in the dictionary and you are correct, dumb is a word for people incapable of speaking. Muteness is a speech disorder.

How can I get smarter?

  1. Read books, and read a lot. ...
  2. Use filtered news services. ...
  3. Hang out with smart people. ...
  4. Aim to do something new every day. ...
  5. Play board games (e.g., Scrabble, chess, or Battleship). ...
  6. Make a list of the things you've done. ...
  7. Learn a new language. ...
  8. Explain what you know to others.

How can I sharpen my mind?

10 Proven Ways to Keep the Mind Sharp as You Age

  1. Exercise for a healthier mind. ...
  2. Read for intellectual stimulation. ...
  3. Eat healthy to stimulate your brain. ...
  4. Strive for good posture. ...
  5. Get plenty of sleep to improve memory. ...
  6. Play games or draw. ...
  7. Listen to music or play an instrument.

Which exercise is best for your brain?

Let's take a deeper dive into 13 evidence-based exercises that offer the best brain-boosting benefits.

  1. Have fun with a jigsaw puzzle. ...
  2. Try your hand at cards. ...
  3. Build your vocabulary. ...
  4. Dance your heart out. ...
  5. Use all your senses. ...
  6. Learn a new skill. ...
  7. Teach a new skill to someone else. ...
  8. Listen to or play music.

What is the best brain food?

11 Best Foods to Boost Your Brain and Memory

  1. Fatty Fish. When people talk about brain foods, fatty fish is often at the top of the list. ...
  2. Coffee. If coffee is the highlight of your morning, you'll be glad to hear that it's good for you. ...
  3. Blueberries. ...
  4. Turmeric. ...
  5. Broccoli. ...
  6. Pumpkin Seeds. ...
  7. Dark Chocolate. ...
  8. Nuts.

How can I memorize better?

Try these seven ways to enhance your total recall:

  1. Convert words to pictures. ...
  2. Use memory spots. ...
  3. Stacking. ...
  4. Use rhymes. ...
  5. Use mnemonic devices. ...
  6. Work specifically on names. ...
  7. Use pictorial storage to remember lists of items.