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Integrative approach to movement disorders.
Neuroplasticity refers to the brain's ability to change and adapt throughout a person's life. This phenomenon is driven by the brain's ability to form new connections between neurons and strengthen existing ones.
Neuroplasticity is responsible for a wide range of cognitive functions, including learning, memory, and recovery from injury.
Research has also shown that engaging in activities that promote neuroplasticity, such as learning a new skill or practicing mindfulness, can lead to improvements in brain function and overall well-being.
The discovery of neuroplasticity has opened up new avenues for understanding and treating neurological disorders, and has highlighted the importance of lifestyle factors in maintaining brain health.
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