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Brain Cell Regeneration
What to do if I have poor writing and i might get moved to special education, can brain cells regenerate or can someone help me re-learn to read or write again?
Seek help: Educational & Counseling psychologists concentrate on how effective teaching and learning take place, and can help adults that have reading/writing disorders. This professionals perform specific tests to determine the nature of these learning difficulties and help the person improve these problems or teach him/her techniques on how to cope with them. ...Read more
What should I do if I have poor writing and i might get moved to special education, can brain cells regenerate or can someone help me re-learn to read or write again?
Possibly !: The old idea was that we were born with a fixed number of brain cells and no regeneration is possible lately this idea is questioned regeneration though rare is possible under certain circumstances. ...Read more
No: I assume "brain cells" means neurons and not any of the several other types of "brain cells." Gradual loss of neurons occurs throughout life. Neurons that are destroyed by disease e.g. stroke do not grow back. Improvement occurs because the brain tries to reorganize itself to take over the functions that were performed by the lost tissue. ...Read more
Not really, but: We do have some knowledge of aging, and when we get older, brain levels of both folate (folic acid) and Cyanocobalamin drop, along with our ability to control oxidative events. So, theoretically the medical food cerefolin-nac, might provide some brain support. Also, might focus on diet, exercise, lack of smoking, and general good health, as this may return dividends in your 70's and 80's. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not close: That is not something that will be available for a long time. ...Read more
No confirmation: But studies are currently being conducted.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sounds great: I am not aware of any studies that promise availability in 10yr. Once a technique has been demonstrated in animal models, there are many channels that must be navigated to test in humans, and then clinical trials, for years, before final fda approval. I suspect it will come, but 10 yrs seems too short an interval. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Tooth regeneration by stem cells will be available or not? If yes, then in how much time? Please explain to me.
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