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Voluntary and Involuntary Reactions

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adeeb ali

on 30 January 2013

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Voluntary and Involuntary Reactions By Adeeb, Aminul, Shahad, Examples What controls it? Presentation What are Voluntary and involuntary
reactions? voluntary responses are consciously activated by your muscles - you have to think it for it to happen. involuntary responses are activated reflexively, automatically, no thinking required. Involuntary reactions:
Heart Beat, Respiration, thoughts.
when someone throws something at you. Your reaction is to put your arms in front of your face as defense

Voluntary reactions:
Moving arms , legs and thinking. Walking and physical movement Our brain controls all our movement and mind
when we think we use 10% of our brain but in involuntary reactions we don't require time to think our brain just tells our body to e.g getting out of the away
. We can not control this. 10%!! Thank you for watching we hope you learnt something new
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