“These entropy values are really low,” said the dear Neurologist. Looking at him with eyes filled with mild surprise, mild concern, and wonder. Where in that low-entropy brain sparks of intelligence occur, it’s a complete mystery. With excess glutamate in the mother’s womb, some of the neurons die. Then, throughout childhood, rapid synapse connections are established between the remaining neurons. When the number of neurons is low and the number of synapses is normal or higher, the number of synapses per neuron is high. This means that neurons have more functional communication with each other. Since the cortex is not very thick, memory, visual and auditory perception problems may occur, but with a holistic perspective, the door to wisdom is opened at an early age. This continues until puberty.
Whatever happens in adolescence, the changing hormonal balance brings autoimmune conditions to a different dimension. In the brain, functional connections between neurons increase very rapidly. Normally, entropy in the human brain increases rapidly with age. The most beautiful and most performing brain states are experienced between the ages of 15-25. There is a perfect fit, perfection in performance and perception.
Synapse connections, which increase rapidly towards the mid-30s, create an anxious, anxious, perfectionist mood and mindset. As the body begins to get tired, different diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and cancer are added to the reflections of autoimmune conditions on life.
After the age of 40, the excessively increased synapse connections begin to be lost rapidly and dementia problems occur.
This is the drama that intelligent people with dyslexia are in. It is now possible to find solutions that can escape the fate of their neurogenetic heritage, which sometimes carries them to the top of life and sometimes drags them to the bottom, and prolong the time they can reflect their intelligence to life. These people may need to be supported with neurofeedback at certain periods of their lives in order to improve their quality of life. Bringing visual and auditory perceptions closer to the age group in childhood, reducing anxiety and anxiety in their 30s, peak performance at work, delaying dementia in old age.