Brain science Power of the brain

The brain is the most studied organ and most interesting organ scientists are examining as of now.
The brain's function is to make sure we have ability to balance ourselves, and to interpret information sent from the eyes, ears, and other sensory organs.
Some may think it is impossible, telekinesis is achievable. However, the way to make telepathy happen, is very complex.
There are many brain disorders humans go through every year. However, scientists and doctors are having trouble to discover treatments and curable medicines.
Alzheimer's is the worst forms of dementia and disorders by far. In the beginning of this devastating disease. Alzheimer's is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. Alzheimer's disease accounts for 60 to 80 percent of dementia cases.

Parkinson's disease is a disease that also affects the brain. It affects movement and mental functions. The body may be stiff or at times shaking. Also, it makes it harder for the person with the disease to annunciate their words and sentences louder and with more clarity.

We only use 10% of our brain. We are so capable of doing so many things. I can only imagine how many things we can get done and how fast we can get it done if we used 100% of our brain.
We all have to give thanks to these animals. They have helped us achieve so much in neuroscience and in other fields where we need experimental things or living things. Mice/rats helped up tremendously.
Scientists are continuously trying to find and discovering ways to the problems and skeptical questions we have about the brain as a whole. According to the scientists, "There is still much work to do."

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