Researchers say the brain doesn’t just change in youth and older age. Their study may have implications in mental health treatments.
Researchers can now accurately estimate your age by looking at an image of your brain.
That’s according to a recent study published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
By analyzing brain scans of healthy adult volunteers, scientists in China found that significant changes occur in the brain from early to middle adulthood.
This research contradicts the long-held theory that the brain structure remains relatively stable during this period.
While most neuroscientific research has focused on the rapid changes in the brain that occur in early and later life, this study concludes that our brains continue to change throughout our lifespans. Continue reading.
Originally posted on Healthline.com.
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