Following a stroke and brain injury, we may find that skills that once came naturally to us, now are difficult to achieve. In the process, we may find ourselves both frustrated and discouraged. We may find ourselves wanting to give up. But there is good news.
We can learn or relearn skills and skill sets through using the benefits of neuroplasticity. We can use repetitive mirrored movements to create new neural pathways and brain reorganization.
We can use the principles of neuroplasticity to improve and enhance our quality of living.
Neuroplasticity — MedicineNet.com
“Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment. Brain reorganization takes place by mechanisms such as “axonal sprouting” in which undamaged axons grow new nerve endings to reconnect neurons whose links were injured or severed. Undamaged axons can also sprout nerve endings and connect with other undamaged nerve cells, forming new neural pathways to accomplish a needed function.”
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