Nervous System Eassy

The body is made up of many systems working together as a whole and the most significant one is the nervous system. The nervous system is responsible for making sure the rest of the body does what it needs and without this elaborate electrical system the body would have no meaning. There are many components to this beautiful labyrinth of nerves that allows us to be the marvelous humans we are. This system is complicated in itself but broken down into its peripheral, somatic, autonomic, and central functions it becomes much simpler. One integral part of the nervous system is the peripheral nervous system. This structure is full of microscopic craniospinal nerves. These specific nerves are little tree like branches connected to and from the brain and spinal cord that carry impulses from the nervous systems muscles. There are two types of cells in this system including the sensory nervous cells and the motor nervous cells. Sensory cells are responsible for carrying information to the brain …show more content…
This complex system is the one that most people are familiar with and consequently think it is the only part of the nervous system. This includes the brain and the spinal cord of the body and is the most delicate system in the body. Without the brain the body would be lost and you would be a lifeless soul. The central nervous system receives information and after analyzing the data is sends it back with pulses through the nerves. During the time your body is analyzing and sending the messages back in time faster than we are aware of, it’s telling us information that lets us see the world from our own unique view. The brain is telling us what you see, hear, smell, taste, and feel during our day and lets us process it and think about it all within 13 milliseconds of us being contacted with the item. The central nervous system is the conductor of all other systems and is needed to lead the body so we can move as

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