Despite the fact that high sensitivity (HS) has been attracting attention for 20 years, today there is still a discussion today about whether HS is an undeniable property, or a disease, and whether it ‘exists at all’. The available (scientific) evidence is not yet 100% accepted.
Two weeks ago I wrote about how technology changes the brain. It’s a fascinating subject that kept me wanting to learn more. The idea that the brain is able to learn and adjust according to use offers so many possibilities! So I started researching in what other ways the brain can be adapted.
A quick recap: The brain’s ability to alter its behavior based on new experiences is scientifically known as neuroplasticity. New experiences can enter the brain via external stimuli, such as the Internet and interactive technologies.