By Nolan Priebe
How the Brain Communicates With the Body
A man is jogging along a road bare footed when he steps on a sharp object
The sensors in the man's foot send an eletric signal through the neurons in his nervous system up into his brain
The brain processes the message and sends a new signal to the foot and the leg, telling it to move away from the source of the pain
In the same way, the brain recieves information about its enviroment through the senses, and processes it in the brain.
It then creates hormones to make the person happy or angry. If the brain finds something that makes it giggle, it will tell the muscles in your cheeks to smile.
Communication within the body is key to survival. Just like communicating with co-workers is vital to keep a business running smoothly.
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Information from: "The principles of nerve cell communication.." Alcohol Health & Research World. 22 Mar. 1997: 107(2). eLibrary. Web. 23 Mar. 2015.