Neurologists: infantilism good for the brain

Infantilism is childish behavior. Scientists say that the minor signs of immaturity help people in life. Relative carelessness gives a few more happy years and increases the efficiency of the brain, writes The Daily Mail.

"Forever young" people who kept to themselves the teen to Mature years, keep your brain better than individuals who decide to grow up quickly. One of the modern trends foster children until late in age. This slows their independent development, but the neurologists think it's not so bad.

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At the age of 15-20 years, the brain deals with the fact that discards all unnecessary in order to create an effective system of thinking. If this process is delayed, it seems even more perfect.

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