ONE OF MANY MEDICAL PRESENTATIONS.
Middle Aged (35-54)
British (Received Pronunciation - RP, BBC)
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to every single one of us. Learning something new means rearranging the way our brain works. Our brain has an astonishing 100 billion neurons, or brain cells. A ll connected together. Learning is about creating and strengthening pathways through these neurons for impulses of electricity. But between each and every connexion in our brains, there's a tiny gap called a synapse. For any of us to learn something new, electrical signal has to jump across this gap to continue. Its journey gap between the two brain cells is tiny, but that doesn't mean it's straightforward for a signal to get from one side to the other. First time, a signal crosses from one brain cell to the other demands. The most effort first trip across is the hardest. But having made the trip once journey gets easier and easier to start with. Learning is difficult, but once the signal crosses the brain cells again and again, way establishing a more solid pathway. By the time we made the crossing over and over again, it becomes effortless way can do it whenever we like. We finally learned something
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