rewire the brain for trading perfection

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Old Jun 1, 2017, 1:38pm   #25
 
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Neuroscientists have been trying to figure out how neurogenesis (the birth of new neurons) and neuroplasticity (the malleability of neural circuits) work together to reshape how we think, remember, and behave.


Because of neuroplasticity, the brain’s ever-changing potentials, anything is possible. People who’ve had strokes can retrain their brains to function again by building new pathways. Smokers and overeaters and many others can learn new behaviors and attitudes and can transform their lives.

It would be great if a stroke survivor could, through will power and determination, build new pathways to overcome the brain damage that is the cause of dsability. Although some degree of recovery usually does occur following a stroke the sad fact is that there is often a lasting disablity.
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