What are the Involuntary nerves that help regulate body functions like heart rate and respiration?
Not knowing your science background, I will define autonomic neuopathy in a terse and cogent manner: this entity is damage to the nerves that regulate the body functions that you can not control, including nerves that regulate the heart rate, blood pressure, perspiration, and digestion. Autonomic neuropathy results in faulty commmunication between your brain and the parts of the body that your autonomic nervous system serves.
The dermal nervous system are comprised of the peripheral nerves in the skin, which function in sensation, such as touch, pain, temperature, vibration, etc., and the involuntary motor nerves that can constrict or dilate blood vessels causing pallor or flushing, or make the hair stand on end, like in goosebumps.
There are two systems that control and coordinate the body and all of it's activities, the nervous system which includes the brain and spinal cord and the nerves leading to each. The endocrine system also plays an important role in involuntary body functions along with the autonomic nervous system which controls involuntary actions.
Sympathetic nerves and parasympathetic nerves are part of the Autonomic Nervous system. They control body functions that are involuntary and are responsible for many responses that range from 'flight-or-flight' as part of the stress response, to digestion, and even sexual arousal. The Sympathetic branch of the Autonomic Nervous system is sometimes called 'thoracolumbar outflow' and the parasympathetic branch is called the 'craniosacral outflow.'This refers to the regionds where the nerve roots are located along the…
Voluntary means you will do something cooperatively, where involuntary means you are forced to do something against your will. adjective adjective: involuntary 1. done without will or conscious control. "she gave an involuntary shudder" synonyms: spontaneous, instinctive, unconscious, unintentional, uncontrollable; More reflex, automatic; informalknee-jerk "an involuntary urge" antonyms: deliberate (especially of muscles or nerves) concerned in bodily processes that are not under the control of the will.
Autonomic nerves. These nerves control the involuntary or partially voluntary activities of your body, including heart rate, blood pressure, digestion, and temperature regulation. Motor nerves. These nerves control your movements and actions by passing information from your brain and spinal cord to your muscles. Sensory nerves. These nerves relay information from your skin and muscles back to your spinal cord and brain. The information is then processed to let you feel pain and other sensations.
the peripheral nervous system consists of 2 types of nerve systems: 1.cranial and spinal nerves 2.autonimic nervous system; which is further catogerized as : sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous system. the cranial and the spinal nerves ramify and connect the spinal cord and brain (the central nervous system) to whole of the body. while the autonomic nervous system is responsible for controling the actions of the glands; the functions of the respiratory, circulatory, digestive…