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Progress of brain development
Brain cells (Neurons) develop fastest up to age 6 and the development completes by 15 and begins to degenerate from 30 years old. However, the brain network can be developed through our brainwave training for the whole lifespan. Optimal development of the neural system’s network.
The networks of the human brain are the ultimate and best information processing systems of any living being. The complexity and integration of the networks determine the level of brain performance. The brain of the so called ‘genius’ usually has the networks which are more elaborately and efficiently developed than those of others. These elaborate networks, therefore, provide efficient data processing and creative, unique approaches to problem solving. Empirical data indicate that appropriate training, education, and enriched experiences can result in highly functional brains. In short, our neural network can be better developed by means of proper training.
Both left and right hemisphere should be developed in balance. A brain has the left and right hemisphere. The left hemisphere generally controls linguistic ability, mathematical ability, reasoning ability, judgment, and analytical thought. The right hemisphere essentially controls intuition, abstraction, emotional function, and the ability to integrate incoming information. In order to have an optimally performing system, both left and right hemispheres need to be integrated as they are organically connected together. This integration must involve uninterrupted communication and exchange of information. In many individuals, a significant imbalance exists between hemispheres, which negatively influence performance. This imbalance can also be address through proper brainwave training.
|Left Hemisphere||Right Hemisphere|
|Mathematical Ability||Spatial Ability & Temporal Ability|
|Rational Thoughts Ability||Intuition Ability|
|Analytical & Reasoning Ability|
Abstraction & Emotional Ability
Brain Wave & Electroencephalography (EEG) Brainwaves reveal the condition and status of brain activities in real time. When brain cells, which are called neurons, exchange information, they produce electrical signals called “brain waves”. Brainwaves contain very important information that is coded in electrical frequencies. These frequencies represent levels of brain activity. While each part of the brain has separate and independent functions, brain waves show certain patterns and vary depending upon the status of consciousness and the types of mental activities. For instance, the brainwave of a sleeping person is different as compared to the brainwaves of someone who is wide awake. These brainwaves can be detected using equipment such as EEG which records the electrical activity along the scalp.
Brain cell and Neural Network (Nervous Network)
Human brain is made up of about 100 billion brain cells and 10 to 100 trillion neural networks
A human brain has about 100 billion brain cells and 10 to 100 trillion neural networks. These cells and networks control the physical and mental activities of a human body. The brain has many structures that play a variety of roles: some are quite automatic such as breathing, temperature control, food and water intake, etc. On the other hand, some are quite complex, such as conscious problem solving and emotional control, or learned motor behaviours, for example, riding a bicycle. Each brain has a left and right hemisphere. These hemispheres are charged with specific and often non-overlapping functions, such as language, which is primarily located in the left hemisphere, or visual spatial processing, which is mostly in the right hemisphere.
The brain is also responsible for establishing and maintaining the basic rhythms of sleeping and walking as well as for the adaptation to the seasons. The brain is not a maintenance-free organ; it requires proper nutrition, regular sleep, and physical exercise. When functionally at its peak, the brain will provide for optimal creatively and problem-solving ability in all human endeavours.