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The digestive system is related to the nervous system in such a way that the nervous system dictates the speed of breaking down of food. The nervous system overseas activity in the digestive tract, and regulates secretion if there are changes.

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Yes, the digestive system is connected to the nervous system. The digestive system is ennervated primarily by the autonomic nervous system.


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