Neuroscientists have designed a painless, in-ear device that can stimulate a wearer’s vagus nerve to improve their language learning by 13 percent. Researchers say this could help adults pick up languages later in life and help stimulate learning for those with brain damage.

Neuroscientists have designed a painless, in-ear device that can stimulate a wearer's vagus nerve to improve their language learning by 13 percent. Researchers say this could help adults pick up languages later in life and help stimulate learning for those with brain damage. submitted by /u/IronGiantisreal to r/science
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