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What's the Role of the Central Nervous System?

The central nervous system is responsible for processing information received from all parts of the body. The main organs are the brain and spinal cord.

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from Pins and Procrastination

Pins, POTS, and Procrastination

www.drlwilsoncom/artiles/AUTONOMIC%20HEALTH.htm Article on what to do to balance your autonomic nervous system by Dr. L. Wilson

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from Kids Cooperate

Communicating with your Nervous System

In the Kids Cooperate social skills groups, we do many activities focused on bringing somatic awareness, an understanding of how our nervous system works and how to communicate with it.

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Divisions of Peripheral Nervous System: Somatic - supplies & receives fibers (neurons) to & from the skin, skeletal muscles, joints, & tendons

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Nervous System for Kids - Science Games and Videos

Sometimes the nervous system will help me out with sending signals and messages to other parts of the body. (Although at times, rarely, this system can also stop the effects of my other friends the antibodies.lymphocytes if adrenal glands produce too many stress hormones).

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from Verywell

How Your Body Communicates: The Nervous and Endocrine Systems

The Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Information on how the CNS (Central Nervous System),how the PNS (Peripheral Nervous System) is related to it. The PNS can be further divided into two different systems:Somatic Nervous System and the Autonomic Nervous System

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