If there’s one thing we can count on in our life it is that whatever is going on now, will change. We live in a sea of change. All things in our universe, our solar system and our world, including our very bodies are changing. As we observe a little baby we notice the little one taking on new behaviours daily.
The infant’s nerve system is constantly questioning its environment and changing in response to the feedback it gets. Gravity takes me down, fire means hot, dirt tastes yukky (sometimes) and No means No (or maybe try a different approach so I don’t get caught). By the time a child is 11 they have the most nerve cells they will have in their life and from then on the number of nerve cells steadily diminishes. Herein lies a clue to aging.Continue Reading →