What is Neuroplasticity and why is it important?
Neuroplasticity is the brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. We form these connections through our environment, experiences, and situations we encounter.
The findings of neuroplasticity state that essentially our brains are constantly changing by strengthening old pathways or creating new ones.
Hence the term plasticity as plastic is easily molded like our brains.
Neural pathways are strengthened through repetition.
Are you addicted to something? Stuck in self doubt?
This is because you have built a neural pathway and strengthened it.
If you wish to overcome addiction, negative behavior patterns, and change your brain to live a more fulfilling life than the key is found in seeking new experiences and electing to move out of old patterns and negative thought processes.