The Brain Benefits From Persistent Sensory Experience: there is always hope for healing and recovery

This is why healing our brains, bodies, minds and lives is always possible:

The Aging Brain Benefits From Persistent Sensory Experience

Scientists have believed for decades that most of the wiring of the brain is established by the time a person has reached adolescence. Now, a new study published in Neuron reveals that even in adulthood, changes in sensory experiences can cause massive rewiring of the brain. (read more)

More posts on neuroplasticity on Beyond Meds:

●  Your brain on exercise

●  The brain that changes (grows, heals and repairs)

●  Yoga: Changing The Brain’s Stressful Habits

●  Neuroplasticity: change your behavior, change your brain

●  The Mystical Brain: call it neuroplasticity if that’s more comfortable for you

●  Contemplative neuroscience — more on neuroplasticity

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