February 3


Your Brain’s Adaptability Is Due to Neuroplasticity

By Staff Writer

brain injuries

Neuroplasticity is the ability that our brains have to adapt to changing circumstances. Even a traumatic event such as brain surgery, stroke, or a traumatic injury to the brain can be accommodated by the growth of new neural pathways. Your brain can even reroute functionality from one area to another!

Over a million people in the United States alone suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) each year, and men are 1.5 times as likely to experience this than women.

For more information and facts about neuroplasticity, check out this great infographic!

Source: TopCounselingSchools.org

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