Is it a language barrier for children to write typos?

A mother contacted me and said she suspected her son had language barriers. The child is seven years old, Recently, I have always written wrong words. The types of mistakes are surprisingly consistent. Many words with left and right structures like [yang], Now he often writes the “day” on the left, which was originally on the right, but sometimes he can write it correctly. I realized that this situation had only started for two months, so I advised the mother not to worry, to go back and observe, and told her that this little mistake was exactly the right psychological development in my opinion. This is not a psychological development problem at all. Children’s memorization of Chinese characters, Especially in Read More …

Does stress affect our brains how?

I can’t sleep? Don’t want to move? Always forget things? Easy to freak out? Feeling lonely? Don’t be sad, you are not alone, many people are like you. We’re just under a lot of pressure. How did [pressure] come about? Stress is not a bad thing. Moderate stress can make us perform better. For example, when taking part in sports meetings and giving speeches on stage, do you also feel that moderate tension will make people perform better? When we face [emergency], tissues near the brain and kidney will be activated, thus releasing a hormone called [cortisol]. Cortisol helps us stimulate more energy and concentrate more so that we can get through [danger]. This hormone-releasing system is called the [HPA Read More …

Learning a musical instrument well can really make the brain smarter!

You know, when musicians play, their brains are [setting off fireworks]. This understanding comes from a new technology in recent decades: functional magnetic resonance (fMRI), which can monitor the activity of the whole brain in real time when people perform some activities. On the surface, the musician is reading the music score, striving to complete each movement accurately, appearing calm and calm. On the fMRI display screen, their brains are enthusiastically opening the Party. Music activates the brain At first, scientists found that when people read or calculate, specific areas of the brain will [light] up. Later, they were surprised to see that when the music sounded, the whole brain of the listener was lit up! In fact, when listening Read More …

Does CPH4, which develops brain utilization, really exist?

In the newly released science fiction movie LUCY, A drug called [CPH4] was mentioned. The movie describes this magical substance as follows: When the mother is 6 weeks pregnant, she secretes a small amount, which acts on the brain development of the fetus. This process is an important reason to endow the human mind. However, this crystalline sapphire-like thing is a drug that can kill the adult if inhaled in a small amount. Leaving aside the plot setting, let’s discuss this mysterious substance and other brain and mental problems in the movie. CPH4Does it really exist? When the film director Luc Besson was interviewed by the media, he made it clear that CPH4 was just a specially invented name in Read More …

Truth, anesthesia makes you stupid in a second?

General anesthesia makes the child [lose at the starting line]? After the operation, the cognitive function of the elderly was obviously impaired? Is this all the narcotics’ fault? Although just after general anesthesia, people will feel groggy and slurred in speech, but, as the general anesthesia of [the left custodian of surgery], it really will not make children’s intelligence appear obvious damage. Moreover, its influence on the cognitive function of the elderly is only limited to the degree of [accessory]. In the operating room, you are lying at a loss. Next to you is a man in green, covering your nose and mouth with a mask in one hand and pushing a syringe in the other, so that you can Read More …

The child’s grades are not very good, is it really just not hard enough? What should parents do?

Parents all want to have a clever child. The child’s performance development is uneven, so he hurried to extra-curricular classes for fear of losing at the starting line. Parents’ desire for their children’s success is understandable, but if the method is not correct and forced to instill, they always feel that their children are just not working hard enough, which is likely to really delay their development. Although most parents are unwilling to admit it, due to fierce competition, sometimes parents’ demands on their children may have exceeded their children’s abilities, and some children are not so [smart] by nature. In addition, there are a few children who may have congenital structural or functional problems in the brain, i.e. Mental Read More …