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how does the brain help my feeling

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asked by nyamka
  1. the pariental lobe controls the sensory areas for touch, pressure, and pain.

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  2. I need more then that

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    posted by nyamka
  3. http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/10-ways-your-brain-feelings-influence-each-other.htm

  4. well what about like the nerv system doesnt it involve the brain as well?

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  5. Ms.Sue im 11 and that is just no much for me to read

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    posted by nyamka
  6. What does your science book say?

  7. Don't have one

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  8. Where are you supposed to find this information?

  9. Computer

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    posted by Nyamka
  10. But I can't find a good one on it

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    posted by Nyamka
  11. there are two types of nerves as far as i know; the effectors and the sensors. the sensors are the ones that detect the environmental stimulation such as touch, heat etc..these nerves are connected to the brain (to the pariental lobe) thus carrying the information to the brain. the information is in the form of electrical impulses, carried by ions such as calcium ions and facilitated by channels between each nerve endings called the dentrites. once the electrical impulse reaches the brain, it is interpreted by the parental lobe telling the body what type of stimulation encountered. if the stimulation is heat, the brain will send electrical impulses to the effector nerves. these nerves are attached to the muscles or glands that responds according to the type of stimulation. if you are under a hot sun, you feel hot because the brain interpret that from the information send from the sensory nerves. if it gets too hot, you get sweaty because, the effector nerves attached to the sweat glands stimulate the glands to release water for cooling. if someone put fire on your palm while you are sleeping, you immediately feel the heat followed by a rapid withdrawal of your palm from the source.

    hope that helps..the book called Toratora helps a lot..

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    posted by bonjo
  12. there are two types of nerves as far as i know; the effectors and the sensors. the sensors are the ones that detect the environmental stimulation such as touch, heat etc..these nerves are connected to the brain (to the pariental lobe) thus carrying the information to the brain. the information is in the form of electrical impulses, carried by ions such as calcium ions and facilitated by channels between each nerve endings called the dentrites. once the electrical impulse reaches the brain, it is interpreted by the parental lobe telling the body what type of stimulation encountered. if the stimulation is heat, the brain will send electrical impulses to the effector nerves. these nerves are attached to the muscles or glands that responds according to the type of stimulation. if you are under a hot sun, you feel hot because the brain interpret that from the information send from the sensory nerves. if it gets too hot, you get sweaty because, the effector nerves attached to the sweat glands stimulate the glands to release water for cooling. if someone put fire on your palm while you are sleeping, you immediately feel the heat followed by a rapid withdrawal of your palm from the source.

    hope that helps..the book called Tortora helps a lot..

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    posted by bonjo

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