Neuroplasticity

The ability of the brain to reorganise itself through creating neuronal connections throughout life, as mediated by the neuromodular system, is referred to as neuroplasitcity. It allows neuron healing and can form new connections as well as destroy existing ones. It refers to the ability of the brain to be sculpted or moulded by experience, or simply the malleability of neural networks. Neuroplasticity, which can be functional or structural, is the core issue that underpins the scientific fundamental therapy of acquired brain damage. Neuroplasticity and neurogenesis collaborate to reorganise brain circuitry.


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