Nervous System<br />By Zac , Max and Alyx <br />
Definition<br /><ul><li>The main definition of the Nervous system is the control andthe communication of the body.
It also controls all our thoughts and movement throughout the body using Neurons.
The nervous system sends and receives messages.</li></li></ul><li>Features <br />There are two parts of the Nervous system: they are the CNS (Central Nervous System) and the Peripheral Nervous System <br />In the CNS the brain and the spinal cord work together.<br />In the PNS all the nerves work together.<br />
Connections <br />The Endocrine system and the nervous system are connected in many ways. <br />The Endocrine system controls the hormones in the body. <br />The nervous system controls the communication in the body but sometimes things like hormones which are connected to the Endocrine <br />
Problems<br />There are a lot of things that can go wrong with the Nervous System if you don’t take care of it. <br />One of the reasons why is serious health issues which means it is at risk of diabetes. <br />That is one of the reasons why you should take care of the nervous system.<br />
Taking Care<br />The nervous system is a very important system in the body. <br />The nervous system has a part in almost every function that the body uses. <br />If you didn’t have the nervous system then you wouldn’t be able to feel pain or anything like that.<br />
Glossary <br />Neurons: <br />Neurons are the cells that make up the nervous system.<br /> Neurons carry electrical messages which is the language of the nervous system. <br />Neurons travel along the spinal cord until they get to the brain.<br />Spinal cord: a major collum of nerve tissue that is connected to the brain<br />
Bibliography <br />http://hes.ucfsd.org.<br />http://psycology.abou.com<br />The human body: the brain. Author and illustrator: Kathleen Elgen<br />