Humanities Memory Paragraph

Neurotransmitters – a chemical substance released at the end of a nerve fibre when arrival of a nerve impulse arrives, by diffusing across the synapse or junction, effects the transfer of the impulse to another nerve fibre, a muscle fibre, or some other structure.

Potentiation – the increase in strength of a nerve impulse.

Persistent – Consistent

Synaptic Connections – Connection between neurons

Cognitive Loss – Decrease or loss in thinking abilities

Our brain is like a storage that keeps items and loses items. At first when a new information is sent to the brain, the brain remembers it roughly and is easily forgotten. However as the same information is sent to your brain persistently, your brain will naturally memorize it. Neurons are things that is like a pipe that sends information to the brain. The neurons are not directly connected to the brain; each neuron passes on its information to each neuron to the brain resulting the information to reach to your brain. The neuron -to- neuron connection is called a synaptic connection. The neurons include neurontransmitters as well. Also, persistent connection of the neurons are called long-term potentiation. On the other hand, the loss of connection between neurons result in cognitive loss, which is basically decrease of performance in memory, thinking abilities, decision making and other fundamental functions of the brain.