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Author: ADMIN
Title: How to Grow New Brain Cells Through Neurogenesis
Category: Collaboration

Can you grow new brain cells? Is it even possible?

Before the 20th century, it was thought that the human brain remains stagnant after childhood development.
However, new research is showing that you can grow new brain cells. Here's how.
Neurons are brain cells that receive electro-chemical signals from the brain and nervous system. They’re the units of communication that are linked to each other through thousands of connections called synapses.
Improving neuroplasticity fundamentally starts with learning new things and gaining skills that you previously didn’t have.
Neurogenesis gets stimulated by neuroplasticity and other activities, such as diet, stress management, movement, and learning novel things
This video talks about how to grow new brain cells through neurogenesis and neuroplasticity
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