How Does the Brain Work?

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'Your brain is made of approximately 100 billion nerve cells, called neurons. Neurons gather and transmit electrochemical signals that tell different parts of your brain to carry out different tasks.'
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Your brain is made of approximately 100 billion nerve cells, called neurons. Neurons gather and transmit electrochemical signals that tell different parts of your brain to carry out different tasks.
The brain is divided in half, a right and left hemisphere. The right hemisphere deals more with visual activities and plays a role in putting things together; it organizes or groups information together. The left hemisphere tends to be the more analytical part; it analyzes information collected by the right. It takes information from the right hemisphere and applies language to it.
The brain works because there are over a billion nerve cells and neurons that are constantly at work. They carry messages to other areas of our body. The messages are carried by chemicals in our body. You can find more information here: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/05/090519152559.htm
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