Rewiring your brain

Brain injury affects 250,000 people every year. Good rehabilitation is achieved by following the principles of neuroplasticity: the ability of the brain to form new connections. It is the process that happens as we learn new skills and is lifelong. Research shows that recovery from brain injuries, such as stroke and trauma, is dependent on this plasticity which enables new areas of the brain to take on the function of damaged parts. See if my brain changes as I learn to play the piano

suitable for ages 18+

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