What Is the Nervous System?

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● What Is the Nervous System?
● Neuron Structure
● Types of Neurons
● Central Nervous System
● The Brain
● Mixed Messages
● The Spinal Cord
● Reflexes
● Peripheral Nervous System
● Sensory Division
● Motor Division
● Keeping Healthy
● Avoiding Head Injuries
● Avoiding Spinal Cord Injuries
● Avoiding Nerve Injuries
● Preventing Infections
● Living with Epilepsy
● Preventing Headaches
● Vocabulary
● QuickTake Quiz

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section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system i can… describe the roles of the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system identify the most important thing you can do to keep your nervous system healthy. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system health stats this graph compares bicycle helmet use and seat belt use among teens. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system your nervous system receives information about what is going on inside and outside of your body. what is the nervous system then it processes the information and forms a response to it. the basic unit of the nervous system is a type of cell called a neuron noor ahn . section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system neurons carry messages or impulses from one part of your body to another. neuron structure a neuron has three basic parts. dendrites a cell body an axon section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system sensory neurons information about your external and internal environment is gathered by sensory neurons through your sense organs or other parts of your body. types of neurons interneurons located only in the brain and spinal cord interneurons pass impulses from one neuron to another. motor neurons motor neurons send nerve impulses to muscles and glands. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system neuron structure dendrite dendrites carry nerve impulses toward a neuron’s cell body. cell body the cell body controls the cell’s basic functions. axon impulses travel along axons toward other cells. myelin sheath some axons are covered by a myelin sheath that increases the speed of an impulse. synapse the junction between an axon and another cell is a synapse. chemicals called neurotransmitters pass the impulse from the sending neuron to the receiving cell. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system the nervous system consists of two major divisions—the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. central nervous system the central nervous system is the control center of the body. it includes the brain and spinal cord. the peripheral nervous system includes all the other parts of the nervous system. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system the cerebrum consists of several specialized regions that receive messages from sense organs and control movement memory communication and reasoning. the brain the cerebellum sehr uh bel um coordinates your body’s movements and helps you keep your balance. the brain stem consists of three structures—the midbrain pons and medulla. these structures control many of your body’s involuntary actions. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system mixed messages material read the list of words while your partner times how long it takes you. test how well your brain can handle conflicting messages. watch or clock with second hand try this section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system mixed messages section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system mixed messages think and discuss did it take you more time to read the words or say the colors describe the experience of saying the colors. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system the spinal cord is a thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of the nerves in the peripheral nervous system. the spinal cord the spinal cord extends from the brain down the back. spinal nerves are part of the peripheral nervous system. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system an automatic response to your environment is called a reflex. reflexes in some reflex actions the actions of the skeletal muscles are controlled by the spinal cord only—not the brain. reflexes help protect your body from harm because they enable you to react very quickly. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system a reflex action section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system the peripheral nervous system includes the network of nerves that links the rest of your body to your brain and spinal cord. peripheral nervous system the peripheral nervous system carries information to the central nervous system and then carries responses from the central nervous system to the rest of the body. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system some nerves in the sensory division carry information about your outside environment from your ears eyes and other sense organs. sensory division other sensory nerves carry information about internal body conditions such as blood pressure and heart rate. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system somatic nervous system motor nerves in the somatic nervous system carry signals that control voluntary actions. motor division autonomic nervous system motor nerves in the autonomic nervous system regulate actions that happen automatically. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system ۱ ۲ ۳ ۱ brain ۲ spinal cord ۳ peripheral nerves section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system rest good nutrition and daily exercise can help keep your nervous system functioning properly. keeping healthy the most important step you can take to care for your nervous system is to protect it from injury. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system a bruiselike injury to the brain is known as a concussion. avoiding head injuries a coma is a prolonged period of deep unconsciousness. head injuries can be avoided. wear a helmet when you play contact sports. fasten your seat belt. before diving into water be sure that it is deep enough and that there are no underwater hazards. avoid drugs and alcohol. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system paralysis is the loss of the ability to move and feel some part of the body. avoiding spinal cord injuries spinal cord injuries can be avoided fasten your seat belt. take care when diving. avoid drugs and alcohol. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system individual peripheral nerves also can be injured. avoiding nerve injuries to help prevent carpal tunnel syndrome and similar nerve injuries it is important to take breaks from repetitive motions and to maintain good posture. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system nervous system infections are rare because its tissues are well protected. preventing infections meningitis men in jy tis causes inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. the most serious form of meningitis can be prevented with a vaccine. a bite from an infected animal can transmit rabies an infection of the central nervous system. avoid contact with animals that act sick or behave strangely. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous system sudden uncontrolled nerve impulses in the brain can lead to a seizure. living with epilepsy people with a disorder called epilepsy are prone to seizures. epileptic seizures include facial twitching loss of awareness and muscle spasms. section ۱۱.۳ your nervous …

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