Neuroplasticity is the ability of the brain to adapt through changing its structure and functions in response to surrounding diversity. This means that we can literally grow our grey matter, form new neural connections and expand the neural networks.
Neuroplasticity is therefore connected to the ability of the nervous system to change physically and develop new functions.
Many events which the science could not at first explain led to the discovery that the brain can restructure itself when some parts of it die. If you understand how neuroplasticity works and you know what you want to achieve, through practice and repetition you can make your brain form alternative paths to perform specific activities. Application of neuroplasticity knowledge in clinical conditions demonstrates that many brain injuries and disorders can be altered or even cured.
Conditions such as insomnia, ADHD, autism, depression, anxiety and many more can be overcome with the help of neuroplasticity.