According to Norman Doidge, author of The Brain that Changes Itself, neuroplasticity means that the nerve cells in
our brains and nervous systems are changeable, or can modify themselves. Neuroplasticity enables us to continue
learning at any age, or to create new connections to take over weakened functions. We can rewire or reorganize our
The actual structure and function of the brain change through the course of our lives. There is no medical treatment
involved. It is a natural phenomenon that occurs within the brain. The requirement for triggering this phenomenon of
neuroplasticity is exposure to an activity with intensity, frequency, and duration.