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Does Exercise Rewire Your Brain?

Does Exercise Rewire Your Brain?

Well, yes. Anything we do rewires the brain, but the real question is: is it rewiring it in a way we want it? Because remember, neuroplasticity and rewiring and reshaping and remapping of our brain networks and our body neurological networks can happen in ways we...

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Does Exercise Increase Neuroplasticity?

Does Exercise Increase Neuroplasticity?

I want to say yes and I want to say no. Exercise is all about how we're doing it and why we're doing it, and most importantly, what's the intention behind the exercise. Neuroplasticity is really about novel stimuli, and it has to do with how we're feeling while we're...

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What is Visual Snow Syndrome & Can it Be Reversed?

What is Visual Snow Syndrome & Can it Be Reversed?

Visual Snow Syndrome is referring to dots or speckles in your field of vision. They can be white, or black or they can be a transparent kind of snow, so I guess it's well named. These are speckly dots moving in the visual field. It's a neurological condition, which...

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Is Tinnitus a Sign That I Still Have a Concussion?

Is Tinnitus a Sign That I Still Have a Concussion?

Tinnitus sounds and body sounds could change, and are in fact likely to change, with concussion or any kind of head injury, as well as throughout the healing process. As the body, the brain, the skull, and the structures within are healing (we could think of it as...

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Is Tinnitus Severity Related to Obesity?

Is Tinnitus Severity Related to Obesity?

I have never been asked this question before, and my instinct is to say that the sounds that our bodies makes are related to the overall health of the body. This could go in all directions, including when we're at a healthy body weight, when we're very, very thin or...

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What is Pulsatile Tinnitus?

What is Pulsatile Tinnitus?

Pulsatile tinnitus is a sound that is made within the body, so nobody else can hear it, just the person who's perceiving it. The sound could be in one ear, in both ears, in the head, or even in the body, and pulsatile tinnitus means that it has a pulsing quality to...

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What is Neural Circuit Dizziness?

What is Neural Circuit Dizziness?

Dizziness is a sensation where we feel unexpected internal movement or we feel not quite right— what we sense and feel doesn't match the situation we are in. Dizziness comes from neural signals or nerve cells talking to each other. Those neural signals will be...

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Is There Such a Thing As a Neuroplasticity Therapist?

Is There Such a Thing As a Neuroplasticity Therapist?

Yes, a neuroplasticity therapist is someone who understands how your neural networks are talking to each other -- communicating with each other -- and how to guide someone through feeling their way and embodying their way through neural circuit changes. It would be...

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