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Nervous System Anatomy and Physiology

The nervous system is involved in some way in nearly every body function. All the sensations, actions, and emotions are made possible by the nervous system, which consists of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and sensory receptors.

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“Review of RIGHT BRAIN vs. LEFT BRAIN functions by Stephen Holland. #Neurology #neuroscience #neurosurgery #MedTwitter”

Here's How the Brain Makes Memories—and What You Can Do to Keep Your Mind Sharp | Health

Experts are still discovering exactly how our brains make, sort, and store memories. Here's what we know so far—and a few tips to keep your mind sharp.

The Human Brain Its Structures and Their Functions (Infographic)

Looking for a fun activity to do with your kids? Teach them about the brain and its structures. Then, quiz your kids and let them quiz you!

how-stress-affects-the-body

Stress affects whole body health, including cardiovascular health, brain function, skin health, immune function, and reproductive system health.

The vagus nerve is the primary pathway that the gut and brain communicate through. It helps us to rest, relax and digest. What exactly does the vagus nerve do? - Brings information of the inner organs such as the liver, heart and lungs to the brain. - Regulates components of the gastrointestinal system i.e. the control of food intake, the rate of absorption of our nutrients, gastric emptying, storage and utilisation - Regulates the immune system - Reduces #10TipsForHealthyLife

The vagus nerve is the primary pathway that the gut and brain communicate through. It helps us to rest, relax and digest. What exactly does the vagus nerve do? - Brings information of the inner organs such as the liver, heart and lungs to the brain. - Regulates components of the gastrointestinal system i.e. the control of food intake, the rate of absorption of our nutrients, gastric emptying, storage and utilisation - Regulates the immune system - Reduces #10TipsForHealthyLife