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Scientists have found that the simplest way to stimulate your brain is thru your ears, through various sounds of various frequencies.
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The details of the human structure The details of the human structure are so vast that they can’t be studied with the vast details of human functions.
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The brain is the hub of the nerve system and controls all body functions and processes.
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If you had been to study this system, referring to the nerve system then you be studying neuro physiology that is a category of human physiology.
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This is the same with swelling of the brain. Even though it appears like the brain is closely packed inside the skull, there’s some space that allows it to slide from one end of the skull to the other.
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The Cerebrum – The main part of your brain anatomy is the cerebrum.
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Here are 5 daily brain exercises that will help you do that.
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The common carotid arteries have two divisions. The middle cerebral artery is the artery most frequently occluded in stroke.
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Other changes in the brain during adolescence include a rapid rise in the connections between the brain cells and making the brain pathways more efficient.
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The great news is the right side of the brain is able to compensate for the left side of the brain.
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So a brain contusion is both macroscopic and localized.
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Roles and effects on the body Both of these substances might seem the same their roles and effects on the body are very different from one another.
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Whole Brain.net Aug 20
By artificially activating memory cells in this lower part of the brain’s hippocampus, adverse memories can become even more debilitating.
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That forces the brain to be pushed to the opposite side of the skull following a closed head injury.
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This is the position that describes the upper of the head, the area that starts to curve downwards to become the side 50% of the head.
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Whole Brain.net Aug 20
This would explain why adults have to think in their native language and translate words into a second language, unlike kids who’d think automatically in another language.
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Whole Brain.net Aug 21
The Turing evaluation measures the performance of a machine against that of a human being and is arguably among the evaluation experiments in this time.
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The spinal cord is an extremely delicate and complicated structure. This is known as the vertebral canal.
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With magnetic resonance imaging of the brain, the whole functioning of the brain can be observed through visuals and images.
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Whole Brain.net Aug 20
Bellgowan knew that the hippocampus was very sensitive to traumatic brain injury.
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