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Cwc Cassidy
Cwc Cassidy • 2 years ago

When children are stimulated, neurotransmitters fire in the brain, creating synapses. When children relax, brain cells work with great efficiency. When children are stressed, cortisol, a “stress” hormone, washes over the brain. This “stress” hormone causes death of brain cells.

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as the brain learns "sparks" go off in the brain as the particular part affected is excited or stimulated. So these electrical sparks become chemical and then electrical again. The electrical charges are relative to the sodium and potassium present. The entire process of communication is called a synapse.