March 6, 2017 @ 8:37 PM
By Glenda Feilen
How’s Your Memory? Ready to Improve it?
At birth, your brain starts to shape itself based on all the things in your environment. It branches out and makes new connections so that neurons in your brain can record all your experiences, which are called memories.
According to professor Martin Conway, an expert on childhood amnesia, most people do not have memories going further back than the age of about five, or in some cases three.
Your brain changes with age like the rest of your body. It's common for most people to adapt and function normally. Not surprisingly, to continue to form and recall memories is very ......