neuroplasticity

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a: Neuroplasticity ~
b: how bones work

What:

"Neuroplasticity is like how bones work. As you use a bone there are organisms inside the bone (marrow) and they are constantly weakening and strengthening the bones in the places needed. For a runner it could be in the outside of the left femur, while the right femur may become weaker, sincer the runner is running around an oval track in a reverse-clockwork motion. This example is not scientifically ccurate but i hope it helps to serve to show you how bones work. The neurons and glial cells in the brain are similiar."


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Date: Dec 16 2014 5:45 PM



a: Neuroplasticity ~
b: bowl of popcorn

What: "The capacity of the brain is remarkable and it has only been 3 weeks! Remember that the neuroplasticity window is limited by both time and capacity. Our brain injury survivor has just used up about 1/3 of his 'open-window' time and about 1/2 of his neuroplastic capacity to improve the control of his unaffected hand (not his affected hand). So in terms of the bowl of popcorn, he has very little left for the second show-the synaptic connections that need to be made to promote recovery."

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Date: Dec 16 2014 5:49 PM



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