What coordinates incoming information from the senses and sends instructions to the muscles and glands?

What coordinates incoming information from the senses and sends instructions to the muscles and glands?

Sensory neurons typically have a long dendrite and short axon, and carry messages from sensory receptors to the central nervous system. Motor neurons have a long axon and short dendrites and transmit messages from the central nervous system to the muscles (or to glands).

What part of the brain is responsible for sending sensory signals?

thalamus

Which part of the nervous system takes the information received?

The brain and spinal cord (the CNS) function as the control center. They receive data and feedback from the sensory organs and from nerves throughout the body, process the information, and send commands back out. Nerve pathways of the PNS carry the incoming and outgoing signals.

What part of the nervous system sends signals to the muscles?

The brain sends messages via the spinal cord to peripheral nerves throughout the body that serve to control the muscles and internal organs. The somatic nervous system is made up of neurons connecting the CNS with the parts of the body that interact with the outside world.

What organ sends and receives messages to all parts of the body?

nervous system

What are the four main divisions of the peripheral nervous system?

The peripheral nervous system is subdivided into nerves, the autonomic system, and the somatic system. The autonomic nervous system is further subdivided into the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems.

Which of the following are the two most basic divisions of the peripheral nervous system?

The peripheral nervous system is divided into two major parts: the somatic nervous system and the autonomic nervous system.

What is nervous system classify it?

The nervous system of vertebrates (including humans) is divided into the central nervous system (CNS) and the peripheral nervous system (PNS). The (CNS) is the major division, and consists of the brain and the spinal cord. The spinal canal contains the spinal cord, while the cranial cavity contains the brain.

What would happens if your peripheral nervous system is damaged?

Peripheral neuropathy, a result of damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord (peripheral nerves), often causes weakness, numbness and pain, usually in your hands and feet. It can also affect other areas of your body.

How do you heal the peripheral nervous system?

Peripheral Nerve Injury Treatment

  1. Acupuncture.
  2. Massage therapy.
  3. Medication.
  4. Orthotics.
  5. Physical therapy and rehabilitation.
  6. Weight loss.

How long does it take peripheral nerves to heal?

If your nerve is healing properly, you may not need surgery. You may need to rest the affected area until it’s healed. Nerves recover slowly and maximal recovery may take many months or several years.

What does a healing nerve feel like?

As your nerve recovers, the area the nerve supplies may feel quite unpleasant and tingly. This may be accompanied by an electric shock sensation at the level of the growing nerve fibres; the location of this sensation should move as the nerve heals and grows.

What does it mean when your VAG is tingly?

Vaginal discharge can be caused by sexually-transmitted infections as well as yeast infections of the vagina. Numbness, tingling, or pain may accompany some vaginal infections.

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