The research of the human brain has been ongoing for many years. Every few years, new functions of the human brain are discovered and give us a new insight into our behaviour. The brain is made up of different sections such as the midbrain, left lobe, right lobe, medulla oblongata, etc. These sections have their specific functions and the beauty is that they perform synchronously from the day we are born till we breathe our last breath. At Aspiring Brains, we endeavour to keep up-to-date with the current scientific scenario and also keep our patrons updated. The zest of knowledge drives Aspiring Brains to help make society a better place.

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Brain Facts

It is a known fact that only 1% to 2% of our brain is used for functioning. Research suggest that we barely understand the functioning of our brain. Apart from the communication through neurons, research is still going on regarding the functioning of the human brain.
Here are a few interesting facts regarding the human brain.

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Brain Wave

How does the brain communicate? How is information transferred between the various sections of the brain? How does the brain communicate with the remaining body?
Through waves. To know more, read here.

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Brain Structure

The brain is made of three main parts: the forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. The forebrain consists of the cerebrum, thalamus, and hypothalamus (part of the limbic system).

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Memory & Brain

What is memory?
Memory is a related area of the brain that stores information.
Memory is the ability of the mind where information is encoded, stored and retrieved.
Memory is essential to experience, it is related to the limbic system, to hold information with the passage of time in order to influence future behavior. If we were unable to recall the events of the past, we could not learn the language, human relations, personal identity, nor learn it.

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Sound & Brain

Your brain consists of billions of brain cells called neurons, and your neurons (and the rest of the body) use electricity to communicate with each other. As you can imagine, these millions of once-sent neurons generate a large amount of electrical activity in your brain, which can actually be done like an EEG that measures cross-regional levels Medical equipment to detect.

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Intelligence and Brain

The human brain functions more powerful than a supercomputer. But then, why aren’t we all intelligent? Why can’t we process complex functionalities like a supercomputer?
Well, intelligence and the brain have a unique and magnificent relationship. To know more, keep reading.

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Behaviour and Brain

Academic and commercial researchers are aiming to understand more deeply how humans behave, make decisions, plan and remember. Progress in wearable sensor technology and procedures for acquisition and analysis of multimodal data makes it possible for scientists around the world to take advantage of the human brain and mind secrets that were previously unknown.

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Emotions and Brain

Emotions allow us to react to the situation. For example, anger and fear set the race of your heart and happiness makes you smile. One of the major areas of the brain that deals with recognizing and controlling the body response to emotion is called the limbic system. Emotion center is the oldest part of the human brain.

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Vedic

The brain is made of three main parts: the forebrain, midbrain, and hindbrain. The forebrain consists of the cerebrum, thalamus, and hypothalamus (part of the limbic system).

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Brain and Intuition

Has there ever been a time when you swear that you know about certain things and events that will happen, although you cannot describe how you come to know it? While you might call this as your ‘gut feeling,’ this sense – known as intuition – does not necessarily arise from your stomach. Below you can learn more your unexplainable instinct – and how your brain gives you the sense of 'doing what you need to do.'

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