Connects the brain to the spinal cord and controls involuntary actions such as breathing blood pressure and heartbeat?
The medulla oblongata helps regulate breathing, heart and blood
vessel function, digestion,
sneezing, and swallowing. This part of the brain is a center for respiration and circulation.
Connect the brain to the spinal cord and controls involuntary actions such as breathing blood pressure and heartbeat?
The medulla oblongata, often just referred to as the "medulla", controls autonomic body functions. It is the lower part of the brain stem. The brainstem, which is composed of the Medulla, Pons and the Midbrain. It runs all the involuntary muscles and control the breathing, digestion and blood circulation. The cardiovascular center in the medulla oblongata.
•Nervous System coordinates and controls actions of internal organs and body systems. Memory, learning, and conscious thought are a few aspects of the functions of the nervous system. Maintaining autonomic functions such as heartbeat, breathing, control of involuntary muscle actions are performed by some of the parts of this system.
The brain stem is the primitive part of the brain. It is called the primitive part of the primitive part because people share it with most animals. It controls the processes that occur automatically in your body such as heartbeat, breathing, digestion, blinking your eye. Some of those processes you can overrule such as breathing. You can take a deep breath. Some you can not control at all, such as your heartbeat. It also controls…