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The Chameleon in Our Brains!

Neuroplasticity in our brain is the name given to the ability of our brains to be restructured and relearned.

Neuroplasticity enables our brains to be restructured, thus enabling our brains to have the ability to learn new information and skills.

At the same time, neuroplasticity is defined as the flexibility of the brain. Thanks to this flexibility, our brain acquires new knowledge and experiences, creates new neural connections and strengthens existing neural connections.

Neuroplasticity also refers to the brain's ability to grow and change, thanks to this ability, the brain acquires new knowledge and skills in the learning process and improves existing knowledge and skills. These skills can shape our quality of life and even our lives.

Neuroplasticity also refers to the adaptive ability of the brain. In this way, the brain adapts to new situations and conditions.

Some methods can be used to increase neuroplasticity, flexibility and adaptability of the brain. These include methods such as acquiring new knowledge, gaining different experiences, learning new skills and playing mental games.

When we consider all these situations, we can actually call neuroplasticity the "Chameleon in Our Brain". We can say that it is one of the most important systems in the command center that regulates us against internal and external stimuli like a chameleon and enables us to do different things.

We can make changes in our genes as an Epigenetic miracle, by suppressing our genes, especially when we make a change about ourselves and when we like this situation, our chemicals come into play. As a result of these changes, we can wink at mental happiness in natural selection.

I wish you many days of changing colors.

Turgay Karabay



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