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The afferent nerves or sensory nerves of the peripheral nervous system send messages to your brain.


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Nerves, the nervous system most of which travel through the spine at some point.

The spinal cord and brain make up the central nervous system. Neurons carry motor messages from the brain, through the spinal cord and peripheral nerves, which enables us to move our bodies. Sensory messages are carried through the nerves and spinal cord to the brain, where the messages are processed and we experience our senses.

All the nerves in your body are connected to your spinal nerves which then send messages from different areas in your body up through your central nervous system to your brain. Ex: When you walk your nerves in your feet and legs send a message up into your spine to the brain. So the question isn't really carrying messages toward or away its that it sends messages back and forth through your spine actually.

The network of sensory and motor nerves together is called the peripheral nervous system.

yes. The nervous system is like a network that relays messages back and forth from the brain to different parts of the body. It does this via the spinal cord, which runs from the brain down through the back and contains threadlike nerves that branch out to every organ and body part.

The electric nerves from your nervous system

Yes. It is related to other organ systems. For example, the nerves are related to the digestive system, because they carry the messages telling you you're hungry or full (etc.). The nerves are related to the musculature, because they carry the messages telling the muscles to contract or relax. The nerves are related to the circulatory system, since through their conveying sensations of heat or cold, they cause and carry the messages telling the arterioles to expand or contract. And so on.

To help the Nervous system, the spinal cord allows messages to pass through from nerves, to the brain, and back very quickly.

nerves send the messages that make muscles move

nerves send the messages that make muscles move

Nerves tell glands when to release chemicals. Nerves send messages to glands. Apex- Nerves instruct glands to send out hormones.

Messages in the nervous system are transmitted through the utilization of neurotransmitters.

The spinal cord is a bundle of nerves and, along with the brain, it makes up the central nervous system. Nerves carry messages through the spinal cord to the brain, allowing us to feel, taste, smell, see, and hear. Nerves also carry messages from the brain through the spinal cord and to the muscles, allowing us to move.

The nervous system is the control system and the network of communication for the body. The nervous system is made up of nerves, the spinal cord and the brain. The nerves control everything we do; they carry messages that tell us to move, to breathe, to feel and to think. Nerves run to the muscles, organs, heart, lungs, blood vessels, brain--even to our teeth and skin. There are two sets of nerves: the central nervous system and the peripheral (outside) nervous system.

The tactile system is the network of nerves that gives us the sense of touch.

Brain detects pain by sending messages to the nerves system

By sending and receiving messages through the nervus system.Your brain controls your body using nerves and communicates somehow with your muscles.C.Burgess

The nervous system is very important because it relays all messages from the brain which is the control center of body.the nervous system divide into two main system much as the skeltone is divide into two skeltons.The central nervous system is composed of the brain and spinal cord which is bundle of nerves that is contained with in the vertebral column.The peripheral nervous system is composed of all the nerves that deliver the messages send down the spinal cord to the appropriate destination.

Cranial nervesCranial Nerves only originate in the brain and carry messages to and from structures in the head and neck.

to allow for messages to be sent, or received by the brain and nerves. messages sent may cause movement, while the messages received are the perception of the surrounding.

The nervous system coordinates all body processes. The nerves carry electrochemical signals that transmit messages from one part of the body to another.

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