What is the Nervous System?
The Nervous System is the system which contains your body’s brain and neurons. There are two main parts to your body’s nervous system. You have the CNS, central nervous system, and PNS, the peripheral nervous system. Your CNS contains two of your main organs of the nervous system. They are the Spinal chord and also the brain. Your PNS contains the organs, neurons/nerves. They are connected to your spinal chord, which is connected to your brain. You brain sends signals through your spinal chords to your nerves.
Organs of the Nervous System
Your Nerves system consists of your Brain, and Spinal cord. You Nervous system also has tiny, long neurons that are connected to the spinal cord. Your Nervous System is responsible for all of your body’s movement, and your brain is giving commands to the rest of your body. These signals travel through the spinal cord and then nerves to tell the body part what to do. They may travel up to 100 m/s. The roles of your two organs of this organ system. The main role of the brain is to direct your body on what to do, learn from experience, and make decisions, what should your body do in this scenario. You spinal cord is like a long path where different messages are being sent and received, the brain is connected to the spinal cord and sending many signals throughout your body.
Overall your body’s nervous system is a very important part of your body. Now that you know this, it will help back up some of the information you know about the Skeletal System. You should remember that you have a skull protecting the brain. This goes back to the part (role ) of the skeletal system, protection.