Your Brain Controls The Whole Body
But What Controls Your Brain?

The Central Nervous System (CNS) consists of the brain and the spinal cord. It is where our thinking occurs. With over 100 billion cells, called neurons, your brain is the most complicated part of your nervous system. It is the command central, it orders your lungs to breathe and your heart to beat. It rules virtually every other part of your body and mind, including how you feel about and interact with the world around you.

The spinal cord handles nerve impulses, allowing your brain to communicate with the rest of your body. It receives information from the skin, joints and muscles of your body. It also carries the nerves that control all your movements. It receives information directly from your ears, eyes, nose and mouth, as well as from the rest of your body via the spinal cord. It uses this information to help you react, remember, think and plan, and then sends out the appropriate instructions to your body.

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The Peripheral Nervous System

The peripheral nervous system consist of the other nerve parts of the body that are not part of the CNS. This system collects information and continouly comminicates with the brain and also receives information back from the brain. Additionally, the nervous system works with muscular system. The muscular system receives instructions from the brain, by way of the peripheral nervous system, as to what and when to do something.   

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× How our brain functions
The brain is the most complex dynamical structure known within the universe. It is able to process massive amounts of information, develop responses and apply these responses for increased efficiency and mastery.

Fortunately, consciousness is self regulated, such that processes not requiring our immediate attention take place outside of our normal awareness within the subconscious. This leaves our conscious mind unencumbered to deal with important immediate stimuli that require awareness and focused attention.

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