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Child Brain Potential When the human being is born he possesses an enormous potential neuronal still immature. By the fifth month of pregnancy, the total number of nerve cells that the newborn's brain will have is practically determined. It reaches the world with almost all the neurons you will need throughout your life. However the map of connections between them is yet Child Brain Potential When the human being is born he possesses an enormous potential neuronal still immature. By the fifth month of pregnancy, the total number of nerve cells that the newborn's brain will have is practically determined. It reaches the world with almost all the neurons you will need throughout your life. However the map of connections between them is yet to be drawn. During the first months of life there is an unparalleled explosion, with the activation of about 250,000 neuronal connections (synapses) per minute, which will activate all the functions of the child's nervous system. At two years of age a child's brain contains twice as many synapses as an adult's and consumes twice as much energy. Importance of child psychomotor development Neurologists soon realized that in this frenetic process, the stimulus we exercise on the child and the experience he gains as the brain matures. The human brain has two cerebral hemispheres, the left cortex being responsible for cognitive and analytical functions (language, mathematics) and law responsible for artistic and musical development, imagination, chance, creativity, intuition and emotions. Psychomotor stimulation favors the development of both hemispheres at the same time, thus promoting the development of intelligence. The more stimulation you receive the more your brain will develop and thus your ability to learn. The maturation of the nervous system occurs in its fullness during the first two years of life, so it is important to boost its stimulation during this period.


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Child Brain Potential When the human being is born he possesses an enormous potential neuronal still immature. By the fifth month of pregnancy, the total number of nerve cells that the newborn's brain will have is practically determined. It reaches the world with almost all the neurons you will need throughout your life. However the map of connections between them is yet Child Brain Potential When the human being is born he possesses an enormous potential neuronal still immature. By the fifth month of pregnancy, the total number of nerve cells that the newborn's brain will have is practically determined. It reaches the world with almost all the neurons you will need throughout your life. However the map of connections between them is yet to be drawn. During the first months of life there is an unparalleled explosion, with the activation of about 250,000 neuronal connections (synapses) per minute, which will activate all the functions of the child's nervous system. At two years of age a child's brain contains twice as many synapses as an adult's and consumes twice as much energy. Importance of child psychomotor development Neurologists soon realized that in this frenetic process, the stimulus we exercise on the child and the experience he gains as the brain matures. The human brain has two cerebral hemispheres, the left cortex being responsible for cognitive and analytical functions (language, mathematics) and law responsible for artistic and musical development, imagination, chance, creativity, intuition and emotions. Psychomotor stimulation favors the development of both hemispheres at the same time, thus promoting the development of intelligence. The more stimulation you receive the more your brain will develop and thus your ability to learn. The maturation of the nervous system occurs in its fullness during the first two years of life, so it is important to boost its stimulation during this period.

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