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The Nervous System
Transcript of The Nervous System
When is the Nervous System (NS) used?
How does the Nervous System work?
Why the Nervous System (NS) important?
The nervous system is important because it controls your body.
Where is the Nervous System (NS) in the body?
The Nervous System (NS) is located at the brain and the spinal cord
The Nervous System
Main Parts of the Nervous System (NS)
The main parts of the Nervous System (NS) are the Central Nervous System (CNS), the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS), and the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS).
The functions of the Nervous System (NS)
The main function of the Nervous System (NS) is to control the operation and movements of the body based on the sensory information on it.
What is the Nervous System (NS)?
The nervous system is the network of nerve cells and fibers that transmit nerve impulses between parts of the body.
The nervous system works when cells called neurons transmit information in the form of electrical signals.
The nervous system is used when
How does the Nervous System (NS) affect the Respiratory System
The nervous system consists of every nerve tissue in the body. You have nerve tissue in your fingers to tell you when something is hot or cold, in your stomach to let the brain know to send the impulses that digest food, and in your lungs to tell you when to breathe and how much air to breathe in. There are 3 respiratory centers in the brain that control the respiratory rate.
There are stretch receptors in the lungs that inform the brain that the alveoli are completely stretched out and that it is time to stop breathing.
In addition to all of that, you have involuntary muscle lining the respiratory tract.
There are stretch receptors in the lungs that inform the brain that the alveoli are completely stretched out and it is time to stop breathing.
By: Jordan Whitening