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Brain Development In Children

Brain Development in Children...

Brain Development in Children
...As your child is born, all such neurons are already present in the physiological system that he will ever have in its whole life.

The number of such neurons is about 100 billion. The majority of these billions of neurons, however, connect to each other only after birth. There are certain developments in the brain that occur prior to birth as well.

The primary development of your child's brain takes place when he is in the mother's womb.

The first thirty six weeks are very important when you are carrying your baby in your womb. During this period, he learns several important things that prove to be very vital for the rest of its life.

The brain begins to get a proper shape and he slowly starts developing the primary senses. His taste buds also begin to develop at this stage and after the taste buds mature a little, your baby actually tastes the foods that you take regularly.

Your baby's brain matures slowly and this development leads to the whole process of brain development.

During this stage, the brain development includes your baby's sexual development, hearing development, and the other important developments that a human body needs.

It may sound a bit incredible but it is a fact that your baby can form his memories in this early stage of brain development in children.

Your baby starts learning when he was a foetus. The prenatal development of the brain of your baby helps him to understand the outer world when he opens his eyes and sees the first rays of the sun.

Brain development in children is a steady and long persistent process. If you think that your child is taking too much time to learn anything, do not think that it is something abnormal.

It may happen that your baby is taking more time to learn something. It depends on the brain and its functions.

The brain gets developed day by day. When your baby is three months old, you can notice that he slightly responds to your voice. When he was a foetus, he could hear your voice and the other sounds that come from the outer world.

The foetus had become habituated to your voice when the process of hearing had begun. Your baby can memorise all the things and he makes a connection with that habituated voice.

Child brain development is not at all a short term process. The development process starts very early in life and it stops with the stop of life.

The plasticity of a child’s brain is more than that of an adult. They can memorise things more than any adult for this reason. It helps them to learn more from the environment.

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