We know the importance of bonding between a mother and her child, and a recent study has revealed a new, significant detail: when the baby and the mother make eye contact, they also have brainwaves.Of course, this does not mean that there is a kind of "telepathy" between the child and the parent, but that there is clear evidence that early and regular, close interactions have a positive effect on the brain. the synchronization of brain waves in all relationships is essentialmoreover, it can happen not only between two people, but also among members of larger groups. For example, we brainstorm when we talk to someone, but also when our students are learning to concentrate on a common, interesting topic. Synchronizing the brain waves can also improve communication and communication. Look into the baby's eyes! This relationship can be especially important between mothers and their children, as compared to other species, human children are relatively underdeveloped and life develops very rapidly in the first few years of life. At the same time, their brains behave like adults' brains they learn how they perceive the world. Earlier research has shown that babies are extremely capable of taking the feelings, "vibrations" of others, for example, adjusting their own hearts to the other. There are evolutionary reasons for this as well it also strengthens parent-child bonding. However, we do not know exactly how and why this occurs. In a recent study, the University of Cambridge has investigated the brain infections of 36 infants and found that they were better suited to a baby who had an eye contact. And if you still want to make a closer parent-child relationship (and make your baby's brain better), let's do it as if we were explaining what he was explaining! It turned out that the parents of the parents who did so were smarter, that is, not only their social but also their cognitive abilities improved. (Via) You may also be interested in:
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